Latest News

Lonely Kids Club x Jumpy

Get your Summer wardrobe sorted with Lonely Kids Club x Jumpy.


Over the past few months i have been working with fellow cat loving, t-shirt wearing; Warwick the founder of the Sydney based label Lonely Kids Club. His focus on  locally manufactured garments (many of the items are custom made right here in Sydney – wow) and fun design ideas has made LKC one of Australia’s most unique clothing brands. Im so excited to have the opportunity to be involved.

To see the full range and buy a few cat shorts for this summer visit the Lonely Kids Club website.

1988 Science Fair

LKC x Jumpy: Science Fair

Hidden Cecil

LKC x Jumpy: Hidden Cecil

Cecils scooter

LKC x Jumpy: Cecil Scooter


Artseat Update: Live from newtown

As i announced a few months back i was taking part in the Newtown Artseat. The artseat is a large public art space opposite Newtown station.

If you are a Sydney sider drop by and have a look, take a photo, i might even give away some tees for the best photo posted here or on instagram (just @ tag me).

Some of my photos of the install and final piece below.

Live Large,

IMG_7467_smlIMG_7460_smlIMG_7468_sml IMG_7457_sml IMG_7438_sml

Wallpeople and Froyo

I caught wind of the Wallpeople open air pop-up  gallery last week and thought id make some art and head to the park. See photo gallery below.

On the way home we stopped at Art on King for a top up on art supplies and we also grabbed a Fro-Yo from the recently opened Yogurtland, Yep, another King Street Fro-Yo (please stop this buisness minded people).

Thanks to Wallpeople organisers and Art on King. Looking forward to seeing you all again next year (or maybe sooner?)
[nggallery id=6]

The Opening Hours

After spending half the weekend at the inspirational Semi-Permanent, Sunday we headed to The Projects at Enmore for some drinks, beats and live painting.

Featuring street artists  from the Opening Hours (who also presented at Semi-Permanent this year) Beastman, Numskull, Jumbo, Phibs, Skount and Scott Marsh.

[nggallery id=5]