Ed Kuepper live stream preparation 3 panel iPad sketch limited editions giclee prints now selling
Painted on location at Brisbane’s West End during the bushfires late 2019, and sold recently.
Great News! I’m very pleased to announce that for the 2nd year in a row I’ve taken out the Best Piece of Merchandise award at the QMDA, 2016. Pictured above is the winning Ed Kuepper bag. Pictured below are the tote bag, as well as my other submissions to the awards in the categories of Studio Photography, Poster Art and Cover Art which were all nominated for a gong.
Nominated for Best Poster
School holiday acrylic painting workshop,
Lily Lee Gallery, Brisbane,
I very was chuffed to be nominated in 4 categories for the inaugural QLD Music Design Awards 2015;
I won the Merchandise category with the tea towel pictured above.@01
This bag is in L.A. with Lillie Claire
Millie the dog took a real a shine to this bag!
I’m busy producing a line of original one-of-a-kind, hand painted reimagined and reclaimed handbags which I will launch on this website.
9 album covers at GoMA in Brisbane, March 15 – August 3, 2014.
The exhibition features objects (such as records and musical scores), musical performance and sound installations. A significant component is a collection of vinyl LP records. When the ‘long-playing’ vinyl record became widely available in the 1950s, it represented a revolutionary format for the transmission of recorded sound and, increasingly throughout the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, it provided a template for designers and artists in the creation of unique imagery and graphic styles.
In an age of digital music downloads and streaming technologies, the physicality of the vinyl LP record is its defining characteristic. As a ‘canvas’ for designers and artists, the possibilities of the record cover were most creatively explored between the late 1960s and 1980s. The record covers featured in the exhibition have defined and expanded the parameters of cover design and represent a variety of approaches and styles by artists and designers from the 1950s to the present. For many collectors and consumers of LPs, record covers represented their most direct engagement with visual art and design.
Daily: 10.00am – 5.00pm