Sunday, March 27, 2011

The End is ONLY really the Beginning!

Bye Bye St. Kilda... 

Surface POP had our last Exhibition and final HOOYA on Friday night

It was a real mix of emotion for us, as this space has been wild and I feel rather attached, but in saying that - the next stage of our Journey with Surface POP is full of possibility and all about creating opportunities.  
It's about Grasping that creative thought of each and every creative being I'm blessed to come into contact with hear, observe & read between the lines.

Its all about this incredible community of like minds that we are discovering.... 

In the words of William Burroughs......

"Nothing exists until or unless it is observed. An artist is making something exist by observing it. And their hope for other people is that they will also make it exist by observing it. " 
So yeh..... that's my job in a nutshell :)

Here's some Pix courtesy of Warden Pirate of our final Exhibition 'Ending Where we Begin"
There's also two awesome albums  - on our Facey  PAGE and on Melbourne Street Arts PAGE both worth checking out to get a real feel from 2 angles!

We will be moving into the T-Squat headquarters mid April after a few Reno's, we will be having a hell of an hope to see you ALL there

Chur and big up's for all the support that the City of Port Philip and the Village of St. Kilda has given us over the last 6 months. 

Junky Projects, if you want a rad night, he is the man to BRING it!

Regan Tamanui - HAHA work "Ben Counsin - Sinner"

an honoured guest


One of my up and comings 'Ryan Mcgennisken' watch out for this boy, MAD talent! 

Some Aaron McKenzie and IRK observations.


James Watkins

The band - added a whole dimension and talent to our last exhibition

Lucy from Hunting for George - Awesome Chick! 

there where loads of hugs, kisses and love at Surface POP's final

Warden Pirate

their was some serious Bend and snap from the T-squat crew and Aaron too...(more pix on the facey album)

I love this man - Conrad - LEGEND! 

Azza pulling Doss Blocks beer's to the thirsty crowd
This Pic of Aaron McKenzie's work courtesy of Melbourne Street Art


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