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Carbon Sneaker

10 May

We always enjoy a bump and grind with the crew at Sneaker Freaker.com.  It was a pearla of a day with much LOVE from all the usual suspects.

The second year now to be a part of the Carbon Festival, Sneaker Freaker put on a show for all the avid collectors, while Carbon presented some of the freshest minds around together they inspired your tastes with what it takes to breath creative culture.  Love your work Acclaim Magazine!

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10 May
kid paris

Did someone paint my lane…

Take your money from the Bank…

The locals were in a stir, got the landlord (my lovely Greek mother)

on the phone to make sure she had approved the piece, of course she knew nothing about it.

MADSPIN say’s its OK, “I’ve even got a letter typed up with the company stamp saying I can”.

In the end its ART… Thanks P! Much LOVE x

A little somthin’ somethin’ from Kid Paris

13 Jul


Madspin relocated from a small single terrace shop in Greville Street Prahran, to a new larger location in Emma Street, Collingwood. Madspin is a local designer/brand and favours urban style street art culture. The Prahran store had all interior walls covered by local artists Duel, Reach, Phibs and Obe.

This time Madspin asked me to come in and rip it up across three walls with a perspective style piece. I hadn’t done a wrapped piece across walls before so to get the proportion right took some time. The end result gives an illusion that the piece is on one wall rather than wrapping around three.

After a delayed to start (waiting on an electrical contractor to finish!) it worked from 11.30pm to 3am then back in to wrap it up the next day from midday to 3pm. Madspin only had less than 24 hrs to clean, prep and merchandise the store. It was amazing to see a difference the next day!

So, next time you head down to all the Smith Street outlets, be sure to head in to Madspin and check it out. Located at 7 Emma Street Collingwood (directly behind Nike’s Smith Street factory outlet).

If you’re after vintage sportswear garments from the 70s – 90s, then you must check out the collection from http://www.stylereignssupreme.com on a vintage rack in Madspin warehause that is rotated frequently with fresh new stock.

Peace, P.