With our conversation ranging from web comics to encountering questionable individuals on Smith Street, we chat with Melbourne visual artist Vootsak, aka Camille Verstegen-Page, who shares insight into the inspirations and processes that form her visually confident yet anxious and introspective art style.
Spicy and Sweet –
We chat to Madalene Roper aka Gala Sphere about her vivid, dreamlike illustrations as an outlet from 9-5 life.
Ellis D – Making waves from The Netherlands to The UK
We have a to chat to Dutch illustrator Ellis D about her enviable practice across both the UK and the Netherlands – the 45 minute flight between the two, easier and probably cheaper than taking a flight from Melbourne to Brisbane.
A Flower Each Month –
Opening today is Tegan Iversen’s second solo exhibition ‘A Flower Each Month’ at Montsalvat, Residents Gallery in Eltham.
Monkey Back – Ajay Jennings
Melbourne based artist, Ajay Jennings explores the topic of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome through image-making, opening a conversation about the often misunderstood chronic illness through his visual and written body of work titled Monkey Back.
Too Far Gone – A Chat With Steve ‘Mongo’ Cohen
An iconic business within the Melbourne music industry, Steve “Mongo” Cohen started Too Far Gone twelve years ago and has since built up a reputation as the go-to-guy for merch.
In Melbourne there are nail salons, gigs, people filming them on their phones and hip guys with some okay mullets. Olivia Grbac knows all about them and draws them too. She has a chat with us about all of the above.
Having freshly relocated from Dunedin to Melbourne illustrator and graphic designer Zac Fay decided he just dun–needit anymore. We caught up to talk freelance, the power of the innanet and the hustle.
We chat with the ever talented Evie Cahir about her diverse body of work, evolving style and travel influences.