Category Archive: art

Adventuresontoast New York Pt 3: for the love of art

Howdy Toasters, Art & culture are everywhere in New York, you can’t toss a glass of cheap gallery opening wine from one block to another without splashing the next group of cognoscentes. For… Continue reading

642:10 What does writers block feel like?

Howdy Toasters, Nothing is flowing. Finding my characters, creating their story, bringing them to life, writing something interesting, finishing an idea, it’s just not happening. Every idea sounds too self interested, not creative… Continue reading

botanical beauty and my uncharacteristic wholesome imbalance

Howdy Toasters, Being unable to exercise and having to tone down my lifestyle while I recover from my glamour wound, as destiny would have it I’ve been skating along at a slower pace… Continue reading

December Photo a Day Challenge #FMSphotoaday

Howdy Toasters! Flicking through the greatness that is Instagram I stumbled across the #FMSphotoaday December Photo a Day Challenge and found it too good not to share. The creator of this one is… Continue reading

the artist – enlightened

Howdy Toasters, The artist is a fictional character, here he previews his latest work and discusses his inspiration. I’d been planning a new work for sometime but just wasn’t connected to any of… Continue reading

Ben Frost – pop culture juxtapositions

Howdy Toasters, I thought i’d introduce you to one of my favourite artists, Ben Frost. I’m yet to own a piece for my own collection and until i do i’m sharing his subversive… Continue reading

Muto by Blu , Graffiti on the move

Howdy Toasters, This is one of my favourite pieces of graffiti art.. Well actually it’s more than graffiti, watch and see for yourself. “Muto,” is a short film by Italian street artist Blu… Continue reading

Get your Arty on : 18th Bienale of Sydney

Howdy Toasters! Melbourne has always had the creative and cultural lead over Sydney (I’m sure that will create some uproarious paint splashing that Jackson Pollock would probably put to canvas and exhibit… but… Continue reading