Remaining limited edition giclee and screen prints from last weeks opening have been added to my online store. 

Both A4 in size, $45 & $20 respectively. $3 postage within Australia, $7 worldwide.

Some of hardcore’s heaviest hitters are teaming up for The Life & Death tour this summer. Headlined by New York’s Backtrack, support bands include Harm’s Way, Expire, Suburban Scum, Downpresser and Iron Mind who are all on the entirety of this U.S. tour. Freedom and Will to Die will split opening duties on the front and back halves of the run. The Life & Death Tour will feature regional guests each week, with Incendiary covering the first week, Turnstile the second, and Bitter End the third week and a half. Check out the full tour routing below. The Life & Death Tour will be the main event of Summer 2014 with this unstoppable lineup. Also, new albums are on the horizon from Expire and Iron Mind and recent releases from Backtrack, Downpresser, Harm’s Way and Incendiary have surfaced over the last year. This tour will also serve as exclusive shows in the area for many of these bands. Stay tuned for more details and ticketing info coming soon. LIFE & DEATH TOUR FEAT. BACKTRACK, HARM’S WAY, EXPIRE, SUBURBAN SCUM, DOWNPRESSER, IRON MIND 6/25 Nashville, TN @ The End w/ Incendiary, Freedom 6/26 Chicago, IL @ The Beat Kitchen w/ Incendiary, Freedom 6/27 Hamtramck, MI @ Smalls Bar w/ Incendiary, Freedom 6/30 Worcester, MA @ Club Oasis w/ Rude Awakening, Freedom 7/1 Glen Lyon, PA @ Glen Lyon VFW w/ Freedom 7/2 Long Island, NY @ The Hungarian Hall w/ Incendiary, Freedom 7/3 Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter w/ Turnstile, Freedom 7/4 Fayetteville, NC @ Drunk Horse Pub w/ Turnstile, Freedom 7/5 Atlanta, GA @ Under The Couch w/ Turnstile, Freedom 7/6 Jacksonville, FL @ Underbelly w/ Turnstile, Freedom 7/7 Tampa, FL @ Crowbar w/ Turnstile, Freedom 7/8 Pensacola, FL @ The Handlebar w/ Freedom 7/9 Houston, TX @ Walters w/ Bitter End, Will to Die 7/11 San Antonio, TX @ The Korova w/ Bitter End, Will to Die 7/12 Albuquerque, NM @ The Gasworks w/ Bitter End, Will to Die 7/13 Scottsdale, AZ @ Pubrock w/ Bitter End, Will to Die 7/14 Pomona, CA @ Aladdin’s Jr w/ Bitter End, Will to Die 7/16 Camarillo, CA @ Rock City w/ Bitter End, Will to Die 7/17 Oakland, CA @ Oakland Metro w/ Bitter End, Will to Die
Thanks to everyone who’s been through to check out ‘What You Can’t Forget’ over the weekend. Show is closed tomorrow, but up until the 27th For those who haven’t had the chance yet.

Just Another Project Space - 153 Greville St. Prahran, Melbourne.
'What You Can't Forget' Limited Edition Giclee Print
210mm x 297mm giclee print on Hannehmuhle rag, hand numbered and signed out of 20.
Available now from
'End Of The Cycle (Reprise)' Limited Edition Screen Print
210mm x 297mm 2 color screen print on Free Life Vellum paper, hand numbered and signed out of 50. Printed & Embossed by Dangerfork
Available now from
Fun interview over at Drop Dead Clothing, covering all kinds of topics including ‘What You Can’t Forget’. Check it out.
photo: Michael Danischewski
Print Giveaway on my Instagram account. for details.
'Ascension Loop'

152 cm x 91 cm, acrylic on canvas 2014

Featured as part of ‘WHAT YOU CAN’T FORGET’ my new solo exhibition opening next week, Thursday April 10th 6-9pm at the Just Another Project Space. 153 Greville St. Prahran Melbourne.
'What You Can't Forget' new works on canvas by Sam Octigan

Just Another Project Space is proud to present What You Can’t Forget, an exhibition of painted works on canvas by Melbourne artist Sam Octigan. Following up his debut 2012 solo show ‘Of Two Minds’, the exhibition will feature larger works on canvas as well as a site-specific mural installation.

In this body of work, Octigan examines the idea of history repeating itself, the ways in which we subconsciously cling to certain moments in our lives and how these experiences underwrite the way we see things like certainty, truth, justice, faith and love. Even after having acknowledged the fallibility of these experiences. We feel ourselves acting out based on impressions we take on as children, only half aware as adults, of how these experiences are hard-written into our consciousness.

We grasp at them, as if attempting to solve a riddle, as they fall in and out of the ether. Life remains cyclical. Doors are opened and closed, wires connect and disconnect, memories surface and disappear.

These themes are represented in each work visually, through Octigan’s use of composition, line, color and contrast. Featuring detailed realistic renderings framed with dynamic abstractions and an emphasis placed on composition, the paintings read almost as visual riddles, compelling the viewer to engage, and connect their own dots. What You Can’t Forget show’s Octigan’s growth and current focus as an artist, with both the works visual and conceptual increasing complexity.

The opening reception of ‘What You Can’t Forget’ takes place on the 5th of April, 6pm at Just Another Project Space, 153 Greville St Prahran and runs until the 3rd of May.
work in progress

to be featured as part of my upcoming solo exhibition ‘WHAT YOU CAN’T FORGET’, opening on the 10th of April 6-9pm at the Just Another Project Space. 153 Greville St. Prahran, Melbourne.
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