Christmas Realistique

Christmas Realistique

It’s Christmas morning and you’ve just received a very thoughtful and exceedingly expensive present. In return, you hand over a printout of the tracking number for something you ordered just hours ago stapled inside a card. What does the card look like? This. This is what that card looks like. Christmas has...
Spew Corp x Hungry Workshop

Spew Corp x Hungry Workshop

The Hungry Workshop organised an awesome show called Rituals. It involved hand pulled letterpress which really makes me fantasise about pulled pork for some reason. It’s a really interesting idea with a fucking great lineup, so it was up to us to create a collaborative piece, without ever seeing the...
Volleyball is the real winner.

Volleyball is the real winner.

Just to give you a little history (or as we like to call it – Bristory) – In 1982 Brisbane held the Commonwealth Games. It looked like this. Pretty awesome right. The Queen was there and she opened the stadium, named QEII stadium (a bit vain naming a stadium after...
Adformatie Magazine

Adformatie Magazine

Spew Corp was invited by Dutch advertising magazine to contribute to their monthly ‘Podium’ page. And we though, hey, why not, we love money, advertising people have money, this will pretty much guarantee us work on the next Philip Morris campaign, or at the very least Coca-Cola, or at the...
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33 Squares of missing things.

33 Squares of missing things.

This is a mural we did for 33 Squares, a cafe in Brisbane. There’s a lot going on here. I’ll admit that. With the help of our friend Matlok we painted the shit out of this wall. Big ups to Cheez Krew for their input.
The Junior Forest

The Junior Forest

Junior Advertising in Brisbane had one of those rooms every workplace has, a windowless multi-purpose meeting/brainstorm/sleeping room that has no name and no personality. So we turned it into a forest.
Paintings of Steve's Paintings.

Paintings of Steve’s Paintings.

Handsome Steve’s House of Refreshment was the best bar in the world, not just because I’m a Geelong fan, well mostly because I’m a Geelong fan, but also because it was unpretentious, fun and Steve is dude – it had an atmosphere that was powerful enough to override my desire to never drink Carlton Draught...
Behind the scenes - People Resourcing Foyer.

Behind the scenes – People Resourcing Foyer.

A couple of sneaky pics from behind the curtain. It’s just like that show where the magician tells how all the tricks are done even though the other magicians might kill him or at the very least give him a firm wand-prodding and I don’t mean that as a euphemism. If you are a builder...
It's like a jigsaw.

It’s like a jigsaw.

People Resourcing in Brisbane approached us to fill their foyer with something fun. We responded with an idea about painting hardhats to be assembled into a larger artwork. It was pretty awkward trying to explain to the guy at the bulk industrial goods supplier what we were doing, he kept calling me “soft-hands” and winking...
Harajuku Gyoza

Harajuku Gyoza

We did a plate for the awesome Harajuki Gyoza in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley. The brief was really complicated, I believe the email said something like ‘inspired by japan’, pretty tough. You can see it on the wall, or if you’re really “lucky” eat some gyoza off it.
Merry Something.

Merry Something.

We are so so sorry. Christmas is a time for apologies right? Anyway, we’re really kind of sorry. So sorry… sort of. Have a great Christmas/New Year.
Modular Mural

Modular Mural

This is a mural we did for the new office of People Resourcing in Brisbane. It’s made up of six modular pieces that can be rearranged around the walls of the office and make the lives of the people working there full of joy, happiness and bemusement. Each one has an entry and exit point,...
Spew Corp - in colour!

Spew Corp – in colour!

The You’re Welcome show organised by our mate Matlok Griffiths was a great success. Here’s our piece from the night. We enjoyed branching out from our standard issue black ink on white. Now we know how our parents felt when colour television was introduced – but this is more significant from a historical perspective obviously....
Spew Corp has sold out

Spew Corp has sold out

We are a corporation and have always been in the game for money and bitches, but mostly money, and bitches. Here are our business cards. Individually written, so if you get one save it because it’s probably going to be worth heaps of $$$ in the future.
Count Basie, Good morning blues - Stop flooding my record collection

Count Basie, Good morning blues – Stop flooding my record collection

Another record for Stop flooding my record collection. Ink & Gesso on Packing board, this was a double album, the two covers sold as a pair.
Trombone Scene - Stop flooding my record collection

Trombone Scene – Stop flooding my record collection

This is the record cover we did for Stop Flooding My Record Collection. We chose the longest name of the bunch, Trombone Scene – Eddie Condon and his Windy City Seven, Jack Teagarden and his Swingin’ Gates, George Brunis and his Jazz Band, Miff Mole and his Nicksieland Band and then drew a whole stack...