Posts in Artwork Series
The Vucci Shoe

I've been waiting to show everyone my "Vucci" - and knowing that at first glance of the word itself, no one will know what the fuck I'm talking about. "Vucci" is a Gucci Vans Shoe to put it simply. Recently, myself and a bunch of creatives were given a High Top Vans shoe and complete creative freedom to paint and embellish the shoe for the upcoming "House Of Vans" tour coming to Melbourne this November.

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Ellis Brooklyn x Lusid Art

Earlier this year I had the wonderful opportunity to collaborate with NY wonder woman and mastermind behind Ellis Brooklyn, Bee Shapiro. Ellis Brooklyn has been created for those who appreciate attention to detail, layers upon layers to discover and luxury - with each element of the brand and business thought of so carefully, it was impossible for me not to gravitate to Bee's creations...

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Oroton For Abbey

I wanted to share a special project I recently finished for one of my best friends, Abbey's birthday. After tossing and turning, trying to think of the perfect gift I finally settled on an idea and couldn't be happier with the outcome. I purchased a leather Oroton pouch and customised it for Abbey so that she could have something no one else in the world would have. 

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Remembering Eddie

It’s amazing how much progress we make on anything we work hard on… 8 years ago today I saw my granddad for the last time, tomorrow would be his birthday and the day after he passed - My granddad played a huge role in my life, and still does. A few years ago I created a piece in memory of him and this year I thought it was time to show him, myself and you how far I’ve come.

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Welcome to the Jungle

I have finally (FINALLY) finished my Frida inspired piece. This piece was the perfect example of progress and learning. Not only did I start this piece entirely different but had 2 attempts before completely scrapping it and rebuilding until it felt right. I couldn't let creating this piece go after researching Frida, I decided not to take the defeated route and rework the inspiration.
 

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