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troublemag | April 22, 2018

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Have You Seen The Listers?

April 4, 2018 |

(A Troubled Feature Trailer)

Director: Eddie Martin (Jisoe, All This Mayhem) | Featuring: Anthony Lister

Have You Seen The Listers? is a candid and personal insight into the rise of world-renowned street artist Anthony Lister as he challenges conservative Australia, … Read More

SALON March 2018

March 8, 2018 |

COVER MARCH 2018: Elizabeth Gertsakis, A Farmer’s daughter saved from outrage, by a brave dog 2013, digital pigment on canvas. Reproduced courtesy of the artist and William Mora Galleries, Melbourne. Outrage, obscenity and madness — Elizabeth Gertsakis, Geelong Gallery, … Read More

Lonely Planet: Street Art

April 4, 2017 |

Compiled and introduced by Ed Bartlett

From Banksy’s stencils and Invader’s mosaics to amazing murals, Lonely Planet’s new insider’s guide provides practical details and maps of where to find secret stashes of street art, and introduces key artists, festivals and … Read More

Interview: Blek le Rat

April 4, 2017 |

[extract] LONELY PLANET: STREET ART

Blek le Rat was one of the first graffiti artists in Paris, and is widely credited with being the first to evolve stencilling from basic lettering into pictorial art. He began in 1981 by painting … Read More

Interview: Faith47

April 4, 2017 |

[extract] LONELY PLANET: STREET ART

Faith47 is an internationally acclaimed visual artist from South Africa, whose work has been lauded for its ability to resonate with people around the world. She has held solo exhibitions in New York, London and … Read More

SURFACE by Søren Solkær

March 1, 2015 |

SURFACE is a brilliant photographic anthology of some of the greatest living street artists in the world today. Renowned Danish rock and counter culture photographer Søren Solkær has spent three years connecting and documenting an impressive collection of the most … Read More

How to Define Nothing: Twoone

April 2, 2014 |

 

When Twoone (Hiroyasu Tsuri) first arrived in Melbourne from Japan in early 2000, he didn’t speak a word of English. Lucky enough for him, if you paint walls and skate around all day, your style speaks for you. A … Read More