Just as yesterday was the 12-12-12, TEES: Exposing Melbourne’s T-shirt culture is the sort of event that only comes around once in a life time… or… maybe twice but only if you’re lucky! Tomorrow night will see the T-shirt world’s answer to David Attenborough – Melbourne’s own Eddie Zammit – joining forces with Just Another Agency, the NGV and his own T-world to present TEES: Exposing Melbourne’s T-shirt culture. This amazing exhibition will not only examine and dissect the last 25 years of the city’s T-loving graphics, but it will show off some of the most amazing wearable cotton treats as seen through the eyes of an obsessive T-shirt collector. With Eddie digging into his own 4,500+ strong TEE collection, this show will exhibit the true power of Melbourne’s T-shirt past, present and future.
TEES: Exposing Melbourne’s T-shirt culture will be on display at NGV Studio (Federation Square) from 7 December 2012 to 17 February 2013. Opening night is 14 December 2012 – see you there!
See the city of Melbourne through the T-stained eyes of a T-shirt fanatic! Eddie Zammit (T-world) and Just Another Agency co-curate one of the most amazing T-shirt exhibitions the city of Melbourne has ever seen. Capturing the city through the eyes of this cotton fabric icon this is the perfect exhibition to kick off Summer!
Exhibition runs from the 7 December 2012 – 17 February 2013 at the NGV Studio, Federation Square, Melbourne. Opening night is Friday 14 December at 6pm – see you there!
AnyForty has been hunkered down in their secret bunker of imagination working on a kick-bottom collaboration with T-world journal – the only publication dedicated to the humble T-shirt in existence! 10 amazing artists are taking part in something really special. The release date for this range of awesome T’s is set for Wednesday 11th April, and each T-shirt comes with a pocket-sized edition of T-world created exclusively for this range. Artists announced so far are Beastman and Benny B.
Amazing photographer Nicole Reed is having her first solo show at the Seventh Circle Studios in Brisbane on the 6 October. That’s Wednesday next week y’all! Nicole’s super cool work has appeared in Tattoos Down Under magazine, T-World Journal, Wooden Toy magazine and that’s just a small slice of the action! You can check out more of Nicole’s work on her website so do yourself a flavour!
Our very good friends over at Bright Things TV have just scored a super awesome interview with amazing artist and all round good-guy – the one and only – Meggs. Head to their website now to check it out for yourself, and stay tuned for more amazing stuff from the Bright Things crew coming up shortly…