Tuesday, August 18, 2009


A huge thanks goes out to everyone who submitted work , the awesome bands and all of you who attended!Also ...thanks to welovepictures for documenting the eve...you guys are MAD skilled!)

Friday, August 14, 2009


Thanks for everyone who attended last night!It was insane how many people ended up showing...It was definitely not expected.It was good to have you all there, so thanks for attending.

Thanks again to all the artists,their mad skills made this event happen!
I think one can state with confidence that the standard of the work was definitely decent.Trevor Paul also had a great input with that, so cheers Trevor!

A high 5 to the awesome bands (Vampire 9000 + A Skyline on Fire) that definitely delivered!You guys were at your best.

Welovepictures documented the event (thanks amigos), so we will upload pictures soon!

Now it is time to get excited for the DBN leg of the show, which is opening at Gallery 415 on the 2nd October!Get amped:)!

until the next one....

Thursday, August 6, 2009

//ANOTHER PEEK BEHIND THE CURTAINS + a tough exercise of self-control.

I am truly overwhelmed.When one receives such a great amount of awesome contributions, it is very difficult to keep it to oneself.I suppose one could equate it to keeping a secret...I have reached a new point of self control, as I would love to just post every work I have received and share it. Yet, then what would be the point of an exhibition right? Here are a few more works I particularly enjoy.Feel free to comment.

Merwe Marchand Le Roux (CT/London)

Anthony Dart (JHB)

Donovan Sloan (PTA)

Matt Kay (DBN)

Wednesday, August 5, 2009


The PTA show will feature the performance of two innovative bands. These include "A Skyline on Fire" as well as the newcomers "Vampire 9000".The idea is not only to entertain but also to provide something else, something to complete the exhibition.These bands are all guys that play music because it's their vocation and not just because of passion.The Vampire 9000 performance will also feature visuals by D(V)J Sassquatch.