Artist and all round just an amazing guy Mitch Revs and I joined forces to bring love and awareness to The Kimberley. The Kimberley is one of the worlds last cultural and natural landscapes that is not yet industrialised. Petrolium company Woodside had planned to gas James Price Point of The Kimberley and now the The Kimberley is under the treat of fracking.
Mitch painted what he believed The Kimberley should look like and what The Kimberley would look like after being gased. #nogas. I then turned these artworks into digital print and our Save The Kimberley collection was created.
“when the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace”
To launch the Save The Kimberley exhibition we had a gallery opening at District 01 in Surry Hills.
Mitch Revs and I joined forces with Chris McClaren from A series of Fortunate Events to host this event alongside an incredible array of creatives who wanted to use there gifts to spread the message Save The Kimberley.
Justin used scrap metal to sculpt the creatures of The Kimberley under threat from industrailisation
shaper . photographer
Alex Brunton a man of many talents shaped two surfboards using the
Zipporra Save The Kimberley fabrications.
musician of the soul
Chris’s interpretation of Save The Kimberley
The fight to Save The Kimberley continues due to the greed of developers.
We are selling pillows slips to keep bringing awareness to love and protect The Kimberley.
$5.00 from each pillow slip sold will be donated to Save The Kimberley