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100% of the proceeds of the sale go to getting Create Yes onto TV, onto social and out on posters.
$50 plus postage if required.Note: posters delivered after 14th Oct
Price: $380 + postage if required
Tony is a Trawlwoollway man from the northeast of Tasmania. Tony has been a key creative on the first contemporary indigenous kids cartoon in Australia Little J & Big Cuz. Little J & Big Cuz is the culmination of his rich and diverse experience as an animation director, illustrator, visual artist, and comic book illustrator.
Prior to Little J & Big Cuz which is s made for NITV and also airs on ABC KIDS he spent a decade working in CG animation on films like Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, District 9 and Happy Feet II.
Price: $150 + postage if required
Leigh Rigozzi is an artist based in Hobart, Tasmania. He draws comics, makes objects, mentors artists, publishes zines, facilitates workshops and exhibits work in various galleries.
Leigh is interested in wordplay, the meaning of language and images. He endeavours to find optimism and a moral position in a bafflingly complex cultural landscape.
He’s also interested in grass roots production and distribution of objects ranging from the practical to the esoteric. Some of these things might include: inks, lo-fi printmaking techniques, bookmaking, animation and curation. View Website
Price: $850 + postage if required
Note: This work is being sold to raise money for PressWEST fundraiser for the development of a business plan for social housing on the derelict school site that the artist occupies in Queenstown.
Under the influence of the island’s natural environment, Raymond developed his career to become a printmaker and painter of international reputation. Raymond’s legacy to Tasmanian art is well established and in 2006, he established Landscape Art Research Queenstown (LARQ), a non-profit studio and gallery in the mining town of Queenstown in Tasmania’s west, where he lives and works today.
Raymond’s works speak of the Western Tasmanian landscape like no other, masterfully describing, as if in geological time, the ongoing processes of restoration, resurrection and respite that this unique wilderness offers and endures. View Website