Wednesday, 31 December 2008


Here are a few older pics that I don't have here on my blog. They are at other places on the internet (like my very outdated website) so you may or may or may not have seen them.
All of these are personal pieces that I've done in my spare time away from Weta.
I'd love to add some Weta work at some point but I'm always really hesitant to do so, gotta get permissions etc.. boring shit.
The picture of the boxer is now available as a T-Shirt through my friends at Brawla.
Also, happy new year! It's sunny and beautiful outside, a glorious day. Perfect weather for playing videogames!

Friday, 19 December 2008

99DS -Dodgy Slips and Deadly Sleds

It's been a long time coming from my point of view (I finished the art almost exactly a year ago and planned to have the exhibition early in the year) but the 99 DS exhibition finally has a date and location.
I had finished all my art and was encouraging my friend Christian Pearce to do the same (99 pieces all on one theme or idea quickly sketched on Colors for the Nintendo DS) and the plan was a small exhibition at a small location, very simple. I probably would have had the exhibition even before Christian had finished if things had gone to plan.
Well, the year has worn on, and my work on Dr. Grordbort's and on District 9 at Weta chewed up all my time
Over the year, the plan for 99 Dodgy Slips shifted and changed but all for the better.

The exhibition will now showcase both mine and Christians work - 99 Dodgy Slips and 99 Deadly Sleds.

We'll be having the exhibition in the Wellington city centre at the Civic Square, right outside the City Gallery.
We're fitting out a unique space for the exhibition, two stripped back, white shipping containers joined together with my 99 pieces in one and Christian's 99 in the other.
I think this is way more appealing than either of our collective works on their own.
We also plan to have a couple of monitors showing the actual painting process (at an accelerated rate) which is a really cool feature of the Colors software.
We'll have 198 mounted prints altogether, which will be for sale, as well as limited edition art books containing all the prints.
The whole thing is possible due to a few people and I have to give massive credit to them.
Richard Taylor, my friend and boss man and his partner Tania Rodger have enabled the whole thing, making what would otherwise be a simple little exhibition into something quite unique and special. Linda Hughes and Tracey Morgan are the ones behind the scenes doing all work that goes into actually getting something like this off the ground. They rule - that's a scientific fact.

An Exhibition by Greg Broadmore and Christian Pearce
Civic centre
New Zealand
1st - 26th Feb 2009

Opening night is on the 2nd I think... come along if you're in town! There's pictures of naked chicks did mention?