Archive for October, 2008

Platform Exhibition

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Our Own Particular Truth Install…

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We have spent the last two days installing the show over at IMP in .  The install went smooth enough… but we are still knackered, the two big shows one week apart was always going to be a stretch.  But anyway, tis all up - and looks like it should.  If you are in Prahran tomorrow you are more than welcome to come to the opening and say hello (we will be the tired ones chasing our son around)…  Here are the details:

The Contextual Villains (Rachel Peachey and Paul Mosig)
IMP Gallery
25th October - 16th November
145 Greville St Prahran VIC 3181

Opening, Saturday 25th October, 2 - 4pm

Red Dust Travellers

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Interface design for a ABC Radio National feature Red Dust Travellers.

From the Red Dust Travellers site:

“1950 the Knox Grammar School undertook an ambitious expedition to Ayers Rock, accompanied by renowned anthropologist Charles Mountford.”

“Here, in Central Australia, you will find a wonderland of chasms and gorges and valleys that are as dramatic as anything I have seen. I wouldn’t be surprised if, one day, this becomes a great tourist centre.” Thomas Bradshaw, Alice Springs, 1899

Computer of the Future.

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An abstract from one of the prints from our upcoming show ‘Our Own Particular Truth’….

Ghost Patrol & Miso

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Nesting & Dying

Metro 5 Gallery, 1214 High Street Armadale Melbourne.
October 22nd - November 9th
Artist Q & A November 2nd, 2pm.

‘Nesting & Dying’ is a new collection of works on paper (and paper cuts) by Melbourne based artists Miso and Ghostpatrol - exhibistion & artist talk early November.

Our Own Particular Truth

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We have a solo show coming up at IMP gallery in Prahran, Melbourne.  More details to come (as we are frantically finishing off the works) - but here is the invite produced for the show.

Mr Trash

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Thomas Schostok (aka has made a book - in his own words:

Mr. Trash reproduces the extravagant work of Thomas Schostok {ths}. Raw, dirty, irreverent, uncensored, Mr. Trash spares no cliche, no absurdity in bringing you what the book’s publisher called “world’s strangest ejaculation of graphic design”.

Mr Trash.

Misprinted Type v.4

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You know someone is successful (or atleast busy) when their site is hopelessly out of date… teastament to the strength of Eduardo’s aesthetic is the fact the v.3 of Misprinted Type had been around for truly ages… I am pretty sure I first checked it out in 2002?  Anyway, version 4 brings a new interface with a couple of header variations, new mode of serving content and a continuation of the tremendously long scrolling page with extra illustrations and hidden goodies.

Misprinted Type v.4

Some new illustrations:

And some commercial work (taken from