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This was done for the Sugar Mountain Festival at the Forum Theatre. The design is based on the double hexagon (above) which is a geometric tiling pattern used in the Islamic Arts. We used 3kms of string for the piece, which had to be constructed in 3 hours.
poorly proportioned signs
i love you
crate men in brisbane
Just got back from the Brisbane Festival where we installed 20 crate men on the roof of QPAC. See more here
balloons: national architecture conference
Installation using helium balloons for extra/ordinary, the 2010 National Architecture Conference.
fernand legros rides again
old stuff: crate sphere
This piece was built to be rolled through the streets for the Adelaide Fringe Festival opening parade, back in March 2009. It was a weird and wonderful experience, check out the story on wooster.
old stuff: on bourke st
Another gloomy sky, June 2008.
old stuff: help a friend on flinders st
September 2007. Featured in the Tate publication of Street Art by Cedar Lewisohn.
old stuff: at federation square
August 2007, Birrarung Marr.
old stuff: crate man at vic park
Crate man returns. Victoria Park, May 2007.
And subsequent demise…
old stuff: tetris
Melbourne Gateway, July 2006.
We did this in an old factory yard near Oakeigh, 2006.
old stuff: the first crate man
This was the first crate man. March 2006, near Richmond Station.
Originally on wooster.