ART/LIFESTYLE, PHOTO/VIDEO

VISUALS #6

[All photos by me using iPhone 6]

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MUSIC, PEOPLE

READ: RAE SREMMURD INTERVIEW FOR ACCLAIM

I interviewed Rae Sremmurd fresh off the stage at Melbourne’s Listen Out festival for ACCLAIM magazine. Check it out here.

ACCLAIM mag is on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram

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ART/LIFESTYLE, PEOPLE

READ: AVALON WESTCOTT INTERVIEW FOR LIMIT’D

Every month the homies over at Hype DC x ACCLAIM produce a digital magazine called LIMIT’D, which is available as a FREE download for iPad, iPhone, and Android.

Cop the app and check out my interview with the lovely Avalon Westcott in this month’s issue.

Avalon is a Melbourne-based tattoo artist. Through sheer hard work and talent, Avalon has managed to build a huge online following in an insanely short amount of time. Avalon’s tattoo style is playful, feminine and fun, which makes her a highly sought after artist. She is currently working at The Grand Illusion in Malvern, VIC. Outside of tattooing, she models, paints, makes electro music, and is a dedicated vegan.

Download LIMIT’D for iPad/iPhone or Android to read the full interview!

Avalon is on Instagram

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MUSIC, PEOPLE

READ: FLYLO SPEAKS ON BRAINFEEDER FOR THE FADER

[Flying Lotus via The Line of Best Fit]

“I feel like I’m attracted to artists who are looking for the meaning of life, people seeking to understand the universe through their work.” – Flying Lotus

Great feature on an empire/record label called Brainfeeder, built by Flying Lotus, and cultivated with a little help from his friends. Read full article via the Fader.

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ART/LIFESTYLE

EVENT: HUGO MATHIAS ART SHOW @ E55

[Hugo at work via Instagram]

“I have created a series of works exploring themes of age & wisdom. Translated from my head to the canvas, I have created characters who haven’t had the best of luck. For them, most things haven’t worked out. They’re old boys with old stories. They’re pensive pensioners. The seen-it-all seniors.
Painted with vibrant colour and composed in the historical tradition of portraiture usually reserved for important people, I have tried to convey the importance of society’s unimportant, and the value of their wisdom that can only come with age.” – Hugo

Most Things Haven’t Worked Out:

Opening Night 9th September, 2015 at 6pm
E55 Bar, 55 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne VIC

Come early for the complimentary Tomoka Beer. Special guest DJ Pranav will be manning the turntables and playing sounds to drink and move to all night. There will also be an intimate performance by Sean Kirkwood.

See you there!

Note: The paintings will be hanging until the end of September. If you’re interested and you can’t make it, please email hugo@hugomathias.net for a catalogue with details and pricing.

Hugo Mathias: Website, Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter

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