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Everfresh:Blackbook
The Studio & Streets: 2004 – 2010.

Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Melbourne University Publishing (October 1, 2010)
ISBN-10: 0522857450
ISBN-13: 978-0522857450

256 Page, Full Colour Hard & paperback Editions
0.8 x 7.9 x 9.6 inches.

In 2010 (we) the Everfresh Studio produced our 256 page book to commerorate a decade as a street-art crew, artist collective & studio hub in Melbourne (Australia). I was the lead Art Director & Designer on the book, which documents the artwork and behind the scenes life our ten years together working out of a warehouse in the back-streets of Collingwood. For me personally this book was a momento of many crazy experiences as crew as much as it is a photo album of the work we put down in both the studio & the streets, working with some of the most talented artists I have ever met and people I am proud to call friends! A lot of blood, sweat and tears went into creating this, and its a landmark, a time-capsule and a keepsake I’m proud to claim ownership to!

“Illustrated with striking and candid photography, this collection provides a rare and exclusive insight into Everfresh Studio’s street art culture. Showcasing the artwork of some of Australia’s best-known street artists, the process is laid out, from initial sketch to finished product. Written by the artists themselves, this account also reveals the tools, materials, and adrenaline-fuelled nature of the most public of art forms—graffiti.”

To celebrate the books release we staged huge launch parties in Melbourne & Sydney, and then as a 10-deep posse, flew ourselves top Tokyo to launch it there, undergo several police arrests, much shenanigans and a lot of good memories.

Further documentation and archive of the above can be found on the Everfresh blog here:
http://www.everfreshstudio.com/blog/?s=blackbook