Brent’s artworks have been published, worn, and stolen, and I would describe his work as being stuck in a trip on day of the dead.
Tell us about the work in your upcoming exhibition with Mambo artist Lee Mcconnell?
Brent’s now moved on from his “gang bangin” days [that sounds bad], and seems to have realised his potential as a talented artist, illustrator, and frequent board snapper.
Would you like some people to come to the exhibition? Yeah it’d be good. 27th of August [Tomorrow], The Tate Gallery in Glebe, Sydney. There’s free beer.
I described your work in the intro as being stuck in a trip on day of the dead, how would you describe your work? Ha yeah pretty similar.
We decided to talk to him about his next exhibition, how he eats his subjects and other art stuff … you know, paint, drawing dicks and tits … the usual.
I’m currently working on a capsule range for French surf brand Sen No Sen, the owner has given me free reign so that’s been refreshing.
Your best memories are of summer, drinking goon and fucking around so I guess it’s a nod to those days. No wobble boards.
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