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Bread and Roses will release on May Day... by JoFF Rae

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Bread and Roses is a non profit publication edited by Maz Salt (Office of Public Works), Graham Espie (Howler, Workshop) and Michael Fikaris (Silent Army Storeroom).

The publication features critical writing and poster art to entertain, influence and spark conversation about cultural and social discourse.

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Find the current issue at the following venues: Section 8BellevilleFerdydurkeB.EastHowlerWorkshop. Also available at Silent Army Storeroom - & we are looking for distributors in Wellington & New Zealand.

Or send a postage paid envelope with your details to 27-29 Tattersalls Lane, Melbourne and we’ll post you a copy.

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Editorial & general queries: 
publisher@breadandroses.com.au.

Illustration & visual submissions: 
artdirector@breadandroses.com.au

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Download preview issue here

HA HA - BOOMDubbo by JoFF Rae

Over two days in Dubbo, Ha Ha completed a series of sports portraits for Walkom Bros., generous supporters of BOOMDubbo. The identities include Ian Drake (cricket/tennis), Don Parish (rugby league), Andrew Ryan (rugby league), Megan Dunn (cycling), Brian Tink (boxing), Phillip Dutton (equestrian), Melinda Gainsford-Taylor (athletics), Glenn McGrath (cricket), Ernie Toshack (cricket), Greg Ryan (racing), Jon White (rugby union). For more on BOOMDubbo check out Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @BOOMDubbo. Website coming soon.

BOOMDubbo is about adding value & vibrancy to the city of Dubbo & the region through art. Stakeholders in BOOMDubbo projects include not only local businesses and residents, but the artists themselves and visitors to the city and region. We're about doing things that make people happy. BOOM!

HAHA moves in to 'th'ink 70' Lyall Bay space by JoFF Rae

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HAHA aka Regan Tamanui arrived back in New Zealand for the Street Legal festival at Kawerau early February before making his way to Wellington to establish his residency at the new 'th'ink 70' space at Lyall Bay.

Painting Ned Kelly & Te Whiti with some experimental water color stencil work... back in April & more often!

Planning to keep a presence in Wellington & Melbourne with irregular trips to Asia, Europe & Americas.

location : th'ink 70