Remy the Rainbow Lion


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I painted Remy the Rainbow Lion on the window of the Michael Crouch Innovation Centre at the University of New South Wales for their Climate Change Festival.

The story of Remy

Remy the Rainbow Lion was the most magical lion that ever lived. He was heaps bigger than a regular lion, like at least 4.5 times larger in diameter.

Whenever there was a big storm in the area where he lived he would run up the mountain like a crazed mountain goat and when the clouds would pass by the Cliff of Wonders he would leap off and land on the clouds and go for a magical ride as if he was Aladdin on his magic carpet.

After going for a bit of a ride he would sometimes get so excited that he would do a roar of glee and out would pop a magic lion rainbow the likes of which the savannah has never seen before.

Sometimes when there was more than one rainbow in the sky at the same time that was because his brother Barry was also going for a ride on the clouds and also getting a bit excited.

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Wayne the Wolf

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Please meet Wayne the Wolf.

I painted him live during the filming of this Sundays Foxtel’s arts show, Event with Deborah Hutton.

The episode airs on Foxtel Arts channel at 5pm on 1 November 2015.

The original painting of Wayne the Wolf is available to purchase from my online shop here.

Prints of Wayne the Wolf are available here.

An Ode to Wayne the Wolf

There was this wolf and his name was Wayne
He had the most magical colours and none were the same

He liked to prance on the rainbow while howling at the sun
Because as we know prancing on rainbows is the best of fun

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Cheers Art Pharmacy for inviting me on the show.

Chief Great Beard

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I painted Chief Great Beard recently and he is based on a track from Little May’s debut album “For the Company’.

He is available to buy as a print and on men’s tees.

An Ode to Chief Great Beard

There was this dude and he was the chief
Before he was the boss his name was Keith
He used to be just a regular guy in the tribe
That was before growing a beard he did decide
First his beard was ok then it was good then it was great
That was the point at which he took control of his fate
He became all that he was meant to be
He was a man destined to be wild and free
He rode around the place on a huge buffalo called Bill
And his hunting skills were so superb he always ate his fill
One time when he was in mortal combat with a rival tribe
His beard stopped some arrows from which he would surely have died
He left them in there as a reminder to one and all
That a beard can be the difference between life or your downfall
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Listen to my Take 5 with Zan


So I had a great time meeting the super delightful Zan Rowe on her triple j morning show.

To listen you can download it here or stream it from the triple j website.

She let me take over the radio and select “five songs that colour outside the lines”.

Here’s what I chose:

1. The Beards – This Beard Stays
2. Tom Waits – Starving in the Belly of a Whale
3. Joanna Newsom- Sprout and the Bean
4. Black Lips – Dirty Hands
5. Boney M – Daddy Cool






Take 5 with Zan Rowe


Excited to to Take 5 with Zan Rowe on the triple j Mornings show tomorrow (14 August 2015)!!

Listen in at 10 am to hear my selection of “five songs that colour outside the lines”.

To celebrate I drew a picture of Zan the Zebra and wrote a poem.

Prints of Zan the Zebra are available in my magical online shop.

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An Ode to Zan the Zebra

Zan the Zebra was a special zebra indeed
She was a radio DJ in her land of Zimbabwe

While off the air she would whip out her sax for a toot
Jamming along to the songs was a real kind of hoot

Once when jamming along Zan didn’t realise she was on the air live
All the animal kingdom heard her and really loved her jive

All the listeners kept calling requesting more saxy Zan grooves
And many where amazed how well she played the sax with hooves

The demand was so huge that she got her own sax show
An hour every day of sax Zan jams saw her popularity grow

One day she got a call from sax legend Kenny G
And agreed to perform on his new tour called ‘My saxophone and me’

The tour was a success and she received rave reviews
The highlight being a five antler rating from critic Tony the Moose

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Mulga’s Magical Colouring Book

Excited to announce my new colouring book is now available from my online shop.

Featuring a selection of my choicest hand drawn artworks this colouring book is jam packed with bearded beauties, hipster gorillas and all kinds of radical characters.

There is even a gangster chicken, we kid you not!

It is professionally designed and printed in Australia with 80 pages of colouring goodness.

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Newtown Art Seat

For the month of July 2015 I displayed 3 bearded dude heads in the Newtown Art Seat. I called the artwork “Beards, beards, beards”.

There was a poem that accompanied the 3 bearded dude heads, it went like this.

An Ode to Beards, Beards, Beards

Beards are nice and useful too
They are great to house your spanners or flamingo crew

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Chilli Charles the Chilli

Chilli Charles the chilli

This is Chilli Charles, he is a magical chilli and also the hottest chilli in the “Chilli Shack” (some say the world) and his life long dream is to be eaten and to chilli burn the mouth of the individual that eats him.

This is the dream of every chilli but none more so than Charles who has for wished for this ever since he was a tiny little baby chilli.

Growing up he pumped iron every day increasing his hotness to such a level that even the toughest chilli eaters fear Charles’s heat.

The whole chilli community knows that once Charles is eaten something magical will happen but no one knows exactly what will happen.

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Cap’n Flouro Phil at Bondi Beach

I painted Cap’n Flouro Phil at the promenade on Bondi Beach.

An Ode to Cap’n Flouro Phil

The wind in my beard
Sun on my face
The ocean for me
Is a magical place

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Council of Flamingos Mural

In April I painted the Council of Flamingo’s on the walls of La Piadina in Bondi as part of a monthly street art program curated by Activated Walls.

The Story behind the Council of Flamingo’s

The Council of Flamingos are comprised of 13 flamingo’s and they are the ruling body of all flamingos worldwide.

When they meet the synergy that results is rated 4 out of 5 stars and produced great ideas like those sweet flamingo sculptures that are in peoples front yards.

They also thought of the idea for every flamingo to be coloured bright pink because before they were black in colour and no one liked them and now that they are pink heaps of people love them and they are rated in the top 5 of all time popular birds.

There is one flamingo on the council who is an associate and he is the one who doesn’t have a top hat.

To become a fully fledged member he needs to pass a series of rigorous tests one of which is completing a super hard soduku puzzle.

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Rod the Rad Koala

Rod the Rad Koala painting by Mulga the Artist - web

An Ode to Rod the Rad Koala

A radical dude is the koala called Rod
He cruises about town in his vintage hot rod

He works in the factory that makes eucalyptus drops
And in his lunch break he eats three paddle pops

On his days off he heads down with his crew
To the beach to get tubes and a meat pie or two

When the waves are flat he plays volleyball on the beach
And for a koala he’s got quite exceptional reach

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Sweet Mulga Clocks

We just received a sweet delivery of Mulga clocks and they will make all your time telling times super tops!

Grab one from my online shop in the next week or at Double Bay Festival this Sunday (2 Nov 2014) and you will get a free matching Mulga print. Woo!

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Phoenix Organic Drinks

I was invited to design a limited edition artist label for Phoenix Drinks Organic Cola.

As part of their Love Project, Phoenix have partnered with Sustainable Coastlines and Tangaroa Blue to help clean up and protect our beautiful beaches and coastal walkways.

In Australia and New Zealand look out for one in your local cafe.
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Neon Records Mural

I painted a super fun and bright mural in the office of Neon Records in Sydney. I painted 3 characters.

There is Carl the Killer Whale, he is Antarctica’s number one DJ and he regularly spins his tunes to tens of thousands of penguins when they have their crazy penguin raves. He was the official DJ for the Happy Feet movies.

Then there is Patrick Blackbeard. Patrick and Carl met at a massive penguin rave where Carl was DJing and Patrick was waiting for the Antarctic ice to thaw so he could sail his pirate ship to warmer waters. Patrick was so impressed with Carl’s wicked beats that he partnered up with Carl to start Neon Records, the worlds premier record label for ocean animals. They now spend their days hosting huge raves in the Bermuda Triangle for all the ocean animals.

Finally, there is Nathan the Neon Lion. Nathan’s previous job was as a bridge keeper under a bridge filling in for a troll who had to take some personal leave to deal with some family issues. Now his full time gig is patrolling the door at Neon Records. Everything is going great for Nathan.

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Banana Bro’s at Macquarie Centre

I painted this mural at Macquarie Centre in North Ryde. I painted on some hoardings which are used to hide the renovations.

They are the Banana Bro’s and they love eating bananas.  They can often be heard remarking ” We’re the Banana Bro’s one, two, three, eating those yellow treats for lunch and tea”.bros1-sqbros-poem-sqbros-closeup-sq

Rainbow Ronnie at Cafe Lounge

I painted a big rainbow Rasta gorilla on the building where Cafe Lounge is located (277 Goulburn St Surry Hills).

His name is Rainbow Ronnie and this is his story.

An Ode to Rainbow Ronnie

He is a big Rasta gorilla chilling in the sun
Making Rasta rainbows just for his fun

In between his hands is where the rainbow goes
Sometimes its even glowing from out between his gorilla toes

He lives at a place called Rainbow Ape Bay
Where he sits on the sand making rainbows all day

You should visit it cause its a real nice place
And rainbows will always be shining on your face

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