Moorooka Jam

For a professional artist, finding the time to go for a paint can be a real challenge. Especially when there are many clients waiting for their works to be completed, but Sauce managed to squeeze a sneaky join up with Kosie1 last week. Sauce and Kosie1 have a ritual of painting on or around their collective birthdays in January, and they always plan to get together during the year and paint more, but with both lads juggling numerous jobs, it’s tricky to get them both to have time off! 


For this wall, Kosie1 had some overseas guests who were studying photography, so they sharpened their camera skills while Sauce and Kosie1 painted.




Sauce is currently working on the chrome effect with his pieces, and Kosie1 is sharpening his can control and colour combos.


Dam Vandals

Graffiti is ubiquitous, appearing as seemingly meaningless scrawl displaying nothing except self interest to the untrained eye. This reflects in destruction of the natural landscape as concrete monstrosities annihilate everything in sight in the interests of man’s progress. Governments maintain their anti-graffiti stance by wasting millions of dollars on graffiti removal and the media propaganda machine continues to publish a one sided bias. The civilians are not convinced. Splashes of paint encroach on the drab city architecture, reminding us there is something else, walking amongst the people leaving messages for the interested mind. Unlike advertising, graffiti is art for arts sake not capiltalism. Please note no animals were harmed in the production of this graffiti.

Acrylic on canvas 60 X 30cm.