MELBOURNE'S NEW URBAN ART FESTIVAL
THE FACILITY / KENSINGTON
20 – 29 FEBRUARY 2020

Can't Do Tomorrow

We’re proud to announce Printed Matters Melbourne, a solo exhibition featuring the work of renowned artist Shepard Fairey. Thanks to Eddie Zammit. Printed Matters Melbourne will be on show at every session of the Festival from 20 – 29 February at The Facility in Kensington

The exhibition is presented by Can’t Do Tomorrow and T-world with special mention to All About Graphics for their support.

A major collaboration with Southern Shorthaul Railroad (SSR) will see Can’t Do Tomorrow artists transform a 22-carriage freight train into one of the largest moving outdoor galleries in Australia. Commemorating the rich history of train graffiti, the group of prolific artists transforming the train includes MerdaSirum 1 and Kab 101. The partnership is a symbol of laying old grudges aside to celebrate the public form of street art. Once painted, the train will continue to transport grain through Victoria as a celebration of public art in motion. The train will be on display at all sessions of the Festival.
**EXHIBIT IS SUBJECT TO TRAIN TIMETABLE
A major collaboration with Southern Shorthaul Railroad (SSR) will see Can’t Do Tomorrow artists transform a 22-carriage freight train into one of the largest moving outdoor galleries in Australia. Commemorating the rich history of train graffiti, the group of prolific artists transforming the train includes MerdaSirum 1 and Kab 101. The partnership is a symbol of laying old grudges aside to celebrate the public form of street art. Once painted, the train will continue to transport grain through Victoria as a celebration of public art in motion.
**EXHIBIT IS SUBJECT TO TRAIN TIMETABLE
A major collaboration with Southern Shorthaul Railroad (SSR) will see Can’t Do Tomorrow artists transform a 22-carriage freight train into one of the largest moving outdoor galleries in Australia. Commemorating the rich history of train graffiti, the group of prolific artists transforming the train includes MerdaSirum 1 and Kab 101. The partnership is a symbol of laying old grudges aside to celebrate the public form of street art. Once painted, the train will continue to transport grain through Victoria as a celebration of public art in motion. The train will be on display at all sessions of the Festival.
**EXHIBIT IS SUBJECT TO TRAIN TIMETABLE
A major collaboration with Southern Shorthaul Railroad (SSR) will see Can’t Do Tomorrow artists transform a 22-carriage freight train into one of the largest moving outdoor galleries in Australia. Commemorating the rich history of train graffiti, the group of prolific artists transforming the train includes MerdaSirum 1 and Kab 101. The partnership is a symbol of laying old grudges aside to celebrate the public form of street art. Once painted, the train will continue to transport grain through Victoria as a celebration of public art in motion. The train will be on display at all sessions of the Festival.
**EXHIBIT IS SUBJECT TO TRAIN TIMETABLE

HoMie is proud to come on board as the Official Charity Partner of Can’t Do Tomorrow. HoMie will, for the first time, be publicly displaying and selling its unique Upcycled collection, and new-season range, displayed in an installation built by the team. 100% of HoMie’s profits will go directly towards achieving its mission of supporting young people affected by homelesness or hardship through HoMie’s social impact programs.

They will also have a heat press on-site everyday along with blank t-shirts in various colours, plus HoMie-branded shirts, so anyone will be able to completely customise a HoMie shirt for themselves!

About HoMie

HoMie is an ECA-accredited Melbourne-based streetwear label and social enterprise. HoMie is not only a clothing label located on Brunswick Street, but an organisation that supports young people affected by homelessness or hardship to equip them with skills, confidence and experiences to be more work-ready and better prepared for their future.

 

HoMie is proud to come on board as the Official Charity Partner of Can’t Do Tomorrow. HoMie will, for the first time, be publicly displaying and selling its unique Upcycled collection, and new-season range, displayed in an installation built by the team. 100% of HoMie’s profits will go directly towards achieving its mission of supporting young people affected by homelesness or hardship through HoMie’s social impact programs.

They will also have a heat press on-site everyday along with blank t-shirts in various colours, plus HoMie-branded shirts, so anyone will be able to completely customise a HoMie shirt for themselves!

About HoMie

HoMie is an ECA-accredited Melbourne-based streetwear label and social enterprise. HoMie is not only a clothing label located on Brunswick Street, but an organisation that supports young people affected by homelessness or hardship to equip them with skills, confidence and experiences to be more work-ready and better prepared for their future.

 

HoMie is proud to come on board as the Official Charity Partner of Can’t Do Tomorrow. HoMie will, for the first time, be publicly displaying and selling its unique Upcycled collection, and new-season range, displayed in an installation built by the team. 100% of HoMie’s profits will go directly towards achieving its mission of supporting young people affected by homelesness or hardship through HoMie’s social impact programs.

They will also have a heat press on-site everyday along with blank t-shirts in various colours, plus HoMie-branded shirts, so anyone will be able to completely customise a HoMie shirt for themselves!

About HoMie

HoMie is an ECA-accredited Melbourne-based streetwear label and social enterprise. HoMie is not only a clothing label located on Brunswick Street, but an organisation that supports young people affected by homelessness or hardship to equip them with skills, confidence and experiences to be more work-ready and better prepared for their future.

 

HoMie is proud to come on board as the Official Charity Partner of Can’t Do Tomorrow. HoMie will, for the first time, be publicly displaying and selling its unique Upcycled collection, and new-season range, displayed in an installation built by the team. 100% of HoMie’s profits will go directly towards achieving its mission of supporting young people affected by homelesness or hardship through HoMie’s social impact programs.

They will also have a heat press on-site everyday along with blank t-shirts in various colours, plus HoMie-branded shirts, so anyone will be able to completely customise a HoMie shirt for themselves!

About HoMie

HoMie is an ECA-accredited Melbourne-based streetwear label and social enterprise. HoMie is not only a clothing label located on Brunswick Street, but an organisation that supports young people affected by homelessness or hardship to equip them with skills, confidence and experiences to be more work-ready and better prepared for their future.

 

Based on the traditional Exquisite Corpse parlour game, Grass Fires and Can’t Do Tomorrow have boosted this concept to the extreme, making it into 4 lifesize, 3-Dimensional, fully dynamic, interactive art piece.

In the original exquisite cadaver, paper is folded to conceal the last part of a drawing – and new artists add in turn to complete it. This technique was first invented by surrealist artists as a  collaborative game to ‘loosen up’ their creativity.

Like an urban Frankenstein’s monster, the Grass Fires corpse will include body parts from a wide variety of artists and styles, with contributions from Luke Day, Pat Rogash, Kentaro Yoshida, Ben Brown, Mike Perry, Tom Gerrard, Jon Kutt, Xavier Davies and Cassie Stephens.

Try your hand at becoming Melbourne’s next body-builder extraordinaire, and see just how many different combinations you can make!

 

 

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