Back in 2008, the Everfresh crew offered piles of hospitality for me when I visited Melbourne for the Stencil Nation tour. They also fed me pizza and beer. In the history of modern stencilism, Everfresh was at the nexus of using the tool as a new form of expression and art. Their site stencilrevolution.com went live just after Stencil Archive and instantly had hundreds more photos due to Everfresh's better design skills. If any of these artists show in your city, please support their art and offer them some food and beer. - R.
Sep 6, 12-5pm
5 Perry St, Collingwood
It's been a long while since we have written, we've been a little busier than usual but Everfresh Studio are excited to announce we're back in Collingwood!
Late last year we became homeless for the first time in our 10 year history. Luckily we had help from a few friends and were able to find a temporary home down in Abbotsford by the river, so we packed up 10 years worth of stuff and away we went.
After a 6 month search we are happy to announce we have secured a new space back in our birthplace of Collingwood.
We hope you can come visit our new space at the Open Studio.
We have been working hard on creating our new studio space and will be having an open day on Saturday September 6 to celebrate.
The studio will be open from 12-5pm with Studio artists Rone, Wonderlust, Tooth, Tom CIvil, Mayo and Maka all on hand to show off the new space.
This will be the only time the studio will be open to the public so make sure you come along and see it if you have a chance.
Art will be available along with some limited edition prints and our Everfresh Sketch book.