Banners

"Watercycle", painted for a group of cyclists to display at their market stall, showing various impacts on hydrological systems
“Watercycle”, painted for a group of cyclists to display at their market stall, showing various impacts on hydrological systems
Banners painted for an "Endangered Tibet" conference at the Powerhouse Museum (1995). Each banner illustrates themes that were discussed at the event.
Banners painted for an “Endangered Tibet” conference at the Powerhouse Museum (1995). Each banner illustrates themes that were discussed at the event.
"No economy without ecology", painted as a backdrop for World Environment Day speeches in the mall, Wollongong (1995).
“No economy without ecology”, painted as a backdrop for World Environment Day speeches in the mall, Wollongong (1995).
The "no economy no economy" banner was used by activists at many protests
The “no economy no economy” banner was used by activists at many protests
"the big banner", 10m x 5m, my largest painting. Illustrates logging on the Errinundra Plateau. This photo shows it hanging at "the Big Day Out", which 10,000 people attended
“the big banner”, 10m x 5m, my largest painting. Illustrates logging on the Errinundra Plateau.
This photo shows it hanging at “the Big Day Out”, which 10,000 people attended (1996).
"Goolengook - Too Precious to Log", 6m x 2.2m, displayed on Brunswick St Fitzroy (Melbourne) for several years.
“Goolengook – Too Precious to Log”, 6m x 2.2m, displayed on Brunswick St Fitzroy (Melbourne) for several years (1997-2000).

billboard

After the building the Goolengook billboard was mounted on was scheduled to be demolished, it was removed from the stretchers, reinforced, and used as a protect banner. Seen here at the Midways woodchip mill
After the building the Goolengook billboard was mounted on was scheduled to be demolished, it was removed from the stretchers, reinforced, and used as a protect banner. Seen here at the Midways woodchip mill

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