“sticks & stones” mural from Adelaide Australia

1 American artist, 3 Australian artists, 200 foot long mural, 2 fractured bones, 1 concussion and a lot of color.



Above:” I was flown to Adelaide, Australia to paint a mural on a 63 metre (200 foot) long wall. Within just 3 days of my arrival I fell and broke my scapula in 2 parts as well as suffering from a head concussion ending up in the hospital twice. Part of my responsibilities for this mural project was to be a mentor to 3 already extremely talented local Australian artists making this project a collaborative effort and highly entertaining. As a collective we decided to comment and paint a word play to relate the adversities of this wall’s rocky surface, and fact that I literally fell broke my bones during this project. In the end it was the words that were always there to save us!”



“Please familiarize yourself with the amazingly talented crew of artists who made this project come to life.

CHRIS EDSER is an illustrator and wood-carving artist from Adelaide, Australia. Recently he has been experimenting with installing carved wooden sculpture in street-settings and has an interest in hand-illustrated typography.

TRISTAN KERR is a highly accomplished screen printer, painter, and graphic designer who lives and works in Adelaide, Australia.

Graphic designer, and public artist ANKLES currently lives in Adelaide, Australia. ANKLES has participated in many creative projects around Australia.

JOSHUA FANNING is the director of a small, low-brow art gallery in Adelaide’s seedy end of town called MAGAZINE GALLERY. Josh’s Gallery exists to keep artists from exhibiting in restaurants and he thought that bringing ABOVE to Adelaide, Australia would be a progressing move for his city of Adelaide and the residents that live there. He’s glad to have been proven correct and looks forward to future projects like this in Adelaide and international artists.

All photos by : JONATHAN VDK

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Fuera de la línea – Argentina

Fuera de la línea at Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Rosario in Argentina.
from 05.05.11 to 28.06.11

Artists: Nerf, Pum Pum, Jaz, Ever, Georgina Ciotti, Poeta, Roma, Andrés Bonavera (aka Larva), Lucas Lasnier (aka Parbo), Pedro Perelman (aka PMP), Fede Minuchín (Run Don’t Walk) y Nazza Stencil.
Colectives: Kid Gaucho & Friends, Federación Stickboxing, Doma y Fase.
Artistas brasileros:Gen Duarte, Zezao, Fefe Talavera y Highraff.
Curators: Soledad Zambrano y Lucas Zambrano



Ever & Zezao (work in progress)

ever (unfinished)



Doma Fase

Pum Pum



Jaz (more…)

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0331c – bird houses

: “In 2008 I wanted to make bird houses in the shape of symbols, but I hadn’t had money then to embody my idea. And finally in 2011 thanks to one festival financial support (organized in favor of Moscow parks cleanness) I managed to carry out my project.
The target of the project is to combine an interesting outlook of the birds’ houses with their practical application. In other words I wanted the birds to like it and to settle there.
All the birds’ houses are made according to the rules. I also painted it in the colours which would suit the birds. I used water basic paint.
I want to Thank: Igor Ponosov, Anya, 4 ROADS STEREO, Stas Dobry and Gred”



0331c:” В 2008-ом году я задумывал делать скворечники в виде символов, но тогда у меня не было денег на реализацию идеи. И вот в 2011 благодаря финансовой поддержке местного фестиваля (за чистоту и экологию московских парков), мой проект реализовался.
Основной идеей проекта является не только эстетическая часть, но и практическое применение скворечников. Все скворечники сделаны по правилам, окрашены цветами способствующими к привлечению внимания птиц, краской на водной основе.
Отдельное спасибо за поддержку и помощь: Игорю Поносову, Анне, 4 ROADS STEREO, Стас Добрый, Gred.”




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