BLVD is having their first birthday and I was fortunate enough to give a hand with some invite art (plus a little something extra). Sailor Jerry will be flowing from 6:30pm, not to mention free tattoo’s by Sydney artist Four Eyes on a first come first served basis, loud music by The Whisky Pirates as well as prizes to give away from the shop’s generous sponsors THRILLS, RVCA and UPPERCUT. 

"To celebrate our 1st Birthday our brothers at THRILLS have kindly donated a TRACKER BIKE for us to give away. We have decided to run a raffle and donate the proceeds to Central Coast Kids In Need, who provide assistance with accommodation expenses to Central Coast families of children with cancer or other prolonged illnesses while in Sydney or Newcastle hospitals. Tickets are only available instore and are $5 each or 3 for $10. Get behind this great cause and possibly roll away on a new whip!”

For more info and to purchase some tickets head to - https://www.facebook.com/pages/BLVD/173639996109021?fref=ts

Illustrated prints of the Rennie Ellis photo ‘At The Pub, Brisbane 1982’ still available - www.cameronlocklee.bigcartel.com. Few other prints up too, enjoy!

'On My Mind' one of the new  prints available online. Limited edition of 20, signed and numbered. A4 size (297 x210mm) only $15. Peep them at - http://cameronlocklee.bigcartel.com

I’ve got a bunch of new and cheap priced prints up for sale, hit em at - http://cameronlocklee.bigcartel.com

Haven’t posted in a while. I’ve got a bunch new prints in the works, here’s a peak at one of them. Enjoy!

This looks rad.

"Everybody Street" illuminates the lives and work of New York’s iconic street photographers and the incomparable city that has inspired them for decades. The documentary pays tribute to the spirit of street photography through a cinematic exploration of New York City, and captures the visceral rush, singular perseverance and at times immediate danger customary to these artists.

Featuring: Bruce Davidson , Elliott Erwitt, Jill Freedman, Bruce Gilden, Joel Meyerowitz, Rebecca Lepkoff, Mary Ellen Mark, Jeff Mermelstein, Clayton Patterson, Ricky Powell, Jamel Shabazz, Martha Cooper, Jeff Mermelstein, and Boogie, with Max Kozloff and Luc Sante.

Did a little Q&A with the fine folk at Frank151. Check it at -http://www.frank151.com/news/one-big-cycle-cameron-locklee-interview.html#.UdDr7BYnJoN

Friday night DOOM

Golden Mate Bridge, San Francisco.

Truck 2, New York.

People <3 New York.

California Shellfish, San Francisco.

Dick in a suit getting his shoes buffed, Times Square.

Spongebob, Coachella.

Jalapeño Chips & Sam, Stop Deli New York.

Subwayin, New York.

Venice Skater, Venice Beach.

Greasy, San Francisco.

Rides the short bus, Alcatraz.

3am Hypo, San Francisco.

Kenya Tattoos, Coachella.

Fruits and Liquor, San Francisco.

 

A few of my favourite shots from a recent trip to the states. Shot in 35mm.

Alamo Square, #fullhouse.

Obligatory durag shot.

Baddies, Mavericks CA.

Truck 1.

Bixby Tourist.

NY Building.

Rich dogs are chill dogs, Santa Monica.

Davy Jones, Venice Beach.

Couple bike rides, Santa Monica.

Francisco St, San Francisco.

GG 1, San Francisco.


A few of my favourite shots from a recent trip to the states. Shot in 35mm.

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This book will be available on the 19th of April at my Upfront exhibition in Newcastle. It features legends including Andrew Nash, Cameron Locklee, French, Michael Danischewski, Ryan Littlejohns, William Brown, myself and James Turvey. 

Big thanks to Ruler Melbourne and Pass-Port Skateboards for the support.

Couple of new and old drawings up. This is my contribution to the Upfront exhibition in Newcastle next month. A limited run of screen prints will be available post show via my online store.