Brisbane Pop Culture

January got off to a gutsy and gory start with a five day project at Brisbane Pop Culture, Newstead. Turtle and Em from Brisbane Tattoo requested an Invader Zim and Zombie theme to advertise their latest venture, Brisbane Pop Culture (previously Brisbane Relics), a store dedicated to pop culture collectables. Turtle and Em were great to work for and I really enjoyed the positive feedback from all the passerbys. The Brisbane summer sun and rain tried to get the best of me, but I managed to thrash out some zombies and aliens, regardless of the weather.


Photos by Sauce & Patricia Woods.

Portside Wharf

This last week saw me create a Tromp’e Loeil cityscape mural at Portside Wharf, Hamilton. Portside Wharf’s operational organisers required an image which depicted the iconic river and the bustling metropolitan image of Brisbane to decorate the newly renovated interior of the Customs area for the large cruise ships. I designed the mural site specific matching the surrounds and to be viewed on approach rather than directly infront. Applying the 5.4m long X 2.6m high mural predomitaley with brushes and limited use of areosols due to the interior setting made for a very busy but rewarding week.