After causing quite a political stir with his hard hitting mural that suggested 'Annastascia Palaszczuk was going above and beyond to ensure that Adani's Carmichael Coal mine puts a bullet in the back of Nemo's head', party representatives instead claimed his work (pictured below) created in May of this year, 'risked inciting violence and sends out the completely wrong message about how to bring about political change.'
Taking on the critical feedback of the Labour and Green representatives, Marsh has returned and rebutted with a less graphically confronting, yet more formulated approach, bringing a large scale rendition of the Betoota Advocate's article to life. You can read the original article titled 'Palaszczuk Says Coral Bleaching Low On List Of Priorities After Rise Of Graffiti In Brisbane', here.
To celebrate our ripe upcoming age of one-year-old, we popped our birthday off with giant group show title 'Back To Square One' featuring the collaborative works of over 40 artists who’ve been the heart of The Culprit Club over the last 12 months.
Aeon, Aidan Ryan, Alex Lehours, Arswandaru, Bafcat, Blex, Buttons, Billie Schneider, Chris Doyle, Chehehe, Chrissie Abbott, Dean Nenadich, Diz, Drule, Emmanuel Moore, Funeral French, Graham Hare, Hanna, Inkboy, Irok, Ivo, James Nye, John Kaye, Kiss, Kiel Tillman, Lauren Webster, Lusid Art, Lucinda Wolber, Lucks, Luke Henery, Maid, Markus Ravik, Memos, Oh Noes, Pat Rogasch, Phibs, ProCreativ, Reuben Stocks, Ryan Bowels, Sevens, Shaman, Soda Mouf, 1337.
Photos by our resident photographer big boss Markus Ravik.