Street Art

Holy Crap! I’m a Street Artist – Apparently!

Holy Crap! I’m a Street Artist – Apparently!

Lou Chamberlin has included my ‘Happiness Is’ mural in her latest book ‘Urban Scrawl’! I’m so over-the-moon that she would include my work. This copy arrived in the mail today and it was as though the book hit me over the head to tell me, I’m not only an artist but I actually am a street artist too!

Tim Harper's Laws of Collaboration

Tim Harper's Laws of Collaboration

Collaborations can be THE BEST way to build your brand, find a new audience, learn from others and provide an opportunity to combine the skills of experienced makers. But how do you know when to say, “YES!” and when to say, “thanks but, no thanks” instead of ending up saying “I wish I NEVER said yes to this!”. Leah interview’s landscaper Tim Harper to find out his collaboration laws to live by.

Interview with Street Art Photographer: Lou Chamberlin

Interview with Street Art Photographer: Lou Chamberlin

Artist, photographer and author, Lou Chamberlin is one motivated and talented lady! I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing her about her creative journey, from hanging up her art teaching apron, to becoming a full time artist, street artist photographer and author!

5 Things You Need to Know About Mimby Jones Robinson

5 Things You Need to Know About Mimby Jones Robinson

Artist have this weird thing going where some are really open and just damn passionate about all things art and other’s… well… some just keep to themselves, see another ability as a threat and can really close of as soon as you say “Yeah, I’m an artist too”. So let me tell you five things you need to know about Mimbi…

"HAPPINESS IS..."

"HAPPINESS IS..."

I so LOVE street art! I’ve had an interest in it ever since we studied it as a controversial “issue” in Art at High School. It’s so exciting to see Adelaide coming alive with new murals all the time. There's something great about street art being in the public and temporal. Once it is on the wall it really is up to the individual how they interpret it…