Monday, June 4, 2012

I'm off!


I've moved across to TUMBLR!

It's just easier to use and looks nicer than my crappy Blogger blog.

So i'd love it if you came across and followed me, i'll be updating that one rather than this one and i'll be doing it more frequently!

Thanks for being here though, it's been awesome seeing that people have been looking.



Friday, April 20, 2012

Where did yo go?

Wow! I've been off this grid for too long! I've just not been drawing, instead, i've been pouring my spare time into our Facebook Business. If you've not seen it, silly you. Here's a link to bring you back to life.

Anyway, that's not why i'm updating. I'm updating because I shot a picture of the last piece I finished.

It's biro and watercolour on watercolour paper. I like it, hope you do too. All the fricken best.


Friday, December 30, 2011

Thankyou for a great 2011!

All the best for 2012!


Monday, November 14, 2011

The United States of America

I'm in Sydney Airport, just one step away from being back home after a short but inspiring trip to the US.

I spent a few days in San Francisco, a few days in LA, then a few days in Palm Springs.

Here is a serving of pictures to go along with it.

Jeremy Fish 'Silly Pink Bunnies' install on Haight St, SF.

There is a multitude of great signage all over the place in SF. John's Grill - no exception.

San Francisco Trolley Cars look good and carry you places, simple and effective.

People put lots of posters on the poles over there.

A visit to San Fran wouldn't be complete without going to the MOMA.

Made my way down to Palm Springs which was amazing!

If you're interested in Mid Century Architecture, Palm Springs is a must visit place!

Cheers! Troy

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Woven Dreams Show

I love being invited to exhibit artwork, really, how nice is that!

I'm represented by Retrospect Galleries in Byron Bay and Broadbeach, and it means alot because they have serious overheads that they need to cover, so if they can sell some of my works to contribute, that can only be a good thing!

So the Woven Dreams Show opens on the 11th of November. {11.11.11} That crazy date that all the marketeers are excited about.

Here are a couple of the new pieces i'm going to show.

If you're within a million miles of the Byron Bay gallery on that day you should drop by.

Take care,


Monday, October 17, 2011

FIND: Archer & Archer

We're in the throws of launching a side project called Archer & Archer.

Basically it's a constructive way to use all the amazing things we have gathered (and continue to gather), occasionally it's nice to blow the dust off something and see it get used in a photoshoot, or even bought for someones home or office.

We buy, sell and hire anything that looks like it's past its used by date, or is from an era we maybe wish we were in now.

It's fun, shooting everything is awesome, and it gives me a good excuse to keep hunting for stuff!

We'd be bloated with happiness if you came and joined the blog we're running for it!

Here's some of the stuff we've got going on over there:

Come check us out, oh and of course we have a facebook, and we'd love your LIKE's!

Cheers, Troy

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

FIND: Frankie Hill Bulldog Original

I was digging around in the cupboard at home and found this Powell Peralta Frankie Hill Bulldog in NOS original condition.

What an amazing board.

Have a good old day.


Saturday, September 24, 2011

ART: Woods Of Windsor

I got my Woods of Windsor piece all done, super happy that's out of the way!

Here's a weird sneak peak before the show hangs.

Have a good weekend!


Wednesday, September 21, 2011

ART: The Woods Of Windsor

I've been invited to exhibit in Melbourne this December, in a group show that celebrates the opening of The Woods Of Windsor, a sister venue to The Yellow Bird, on Chapel St.

What a long sentence that was.

That up there is my work in progress, or what Mike Perry would call a WIP.

Thanks to curator Micah Pearson for inviting me into the show

ART: Design Montage interview

What a nice bunch they are over at the Design Montage and what an honour it is to have an interview on their homepage at the moment!

Anytime I have anything published online or in print I get tingles and want to celebrate by eating loads of chocolate and drinking shitloads of tea. That's normal isn't it?

Go check out the site, they have way better stuff than my interview on there.