After months of you lot whinging that most of our apparel range is sold out of sizes, we finally got our shit together and listened to your cries! This cheeky culprit tee (featuring our brand spakin' new handstyle design) comes in two AS colour ways, (gold and pink) and they're all hand screen printed locally in Brisbane! As always, we do limited runs on all apparel, so get your eyes around the pre-order link and order one now while we've got ya god damn size!
As we embrace the upcoming arrival of Friday 13th, the most unfortunate day in western superstition, The Culprit Club presents ‘No Such Luck’ - a group show embracing all that is unlucky by delving deep into the broken mirrors of misfortunate.
Featuring the original works of:
ART BY DALE, MUCHOS, SINDY SINN, SHIDA, IROK, DIZZY LITTLE DOTTY, MAD CROOK, MAID, MICKY HORA, MASONRIE, TORI-JAYE MORDEY, CRISIS, ZOO KEEPER, LUSID ART, HARLEY AND HANDEN, INK BOY, LACEY, MARK RICHARDSON, JOEL MCDONALD, BILLIE SCHNEIDER, QUINCY MIKE, SHVMVN, ADAM AVERY, TUCKS ONE, MOSESSA, MATTE & LUCKS.
Following on from our earlier blog, posted Monday this week, 'SCOTT MARSH REVISITS REEF KILLER, BRINGS BETOOTA HUMOUR' comes a continuing statement story of power vs the people as Palaszczuk and the local police take on Scott Marsh, questioning his 'permission' to legally paint the Anti-Adani mural in Fortitude Valley.
On day five on his mural painting progress, within an hour of Annastacia Palaszczuk's mug appearing on the wall next to the life size columns of the Betoota Advocate article, Marsh was shut down on site by police officers and interviewed by two detectives from Brisbane Criminal Investigation Branch over claims of 'malicious damage' to the property.
Brisbane City CIB detectives also questioned continuously whether he had been given permission by the building's management (Bloodhound Bar) to use their building as a canvas, to which he quite obviously did.
"It's bizarre, I've been painting walls for 15 years and I've never had this happen before, it smells like censorship to me," said Marsh.
Stay tuned as the Reef Killer saga continues!
It’s with a heavy heart, and prodigious pride that The Culprit Club announce, ‘Life Ruined My Graffiti’, an east coast touring solo show by prolific graffiti writer, IROK.
‘Life Ruined My Graffiti’ is an exceptionally personal series of hand painted portraits and prose expressing the frustration, heartache and hardships of IROK's double life as a vandal, and a father.
Last Friday we kicked off the launch for PHIBS' FACE / FACE exhibition at The Culprit Club.
As PHIBS first ever Brisbane show, we're pretty fucking chuffed to have had the opportunity to exhibit his work and have his insane style works splashed all over our walls.
Huge thanks to everyone who came out, and a world of love to Tim for travelling out to Brisbane for the show!
Who'd of believe'd this little pocket-sized space would be hosting one of the biggest and most prolific names in street art and graffiti?
"Congratulations on making something out of nothing," a friend said on Friday - a compliment falling very close to our hearts.
To all the people emailing and DMing us about remaining artworks, there are a few still available which are now listed in the online store with FREE postage. Quick links to each of the items below.
FACE / FACE will be on display in the gallery for another 3 weeks. If you've not yet seen the works or the boss mural debuting on the side of our shop in person, get down here and check it out!
Thanks everyone for the continuous support. Big love from your favourite neighbourhood nobodies x