Graffiti // Wednesday, July 23, 2014
RexRomae is pleased to present the exhibition Oceanic, featuring new works by Askew and Fintan Magee, two urban artists both proclaimed for their distinctive aesthetic styles. Oceanic is an exhibition that will cohesively articulate varying characteristics of the Pacific region.
Street Art // Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Fintan Magee has been on a mural tour through South America having painted a few walls in Bogota, Columbia before continuing on to Argentina, Buenos Aires where he is currently. The Brisbane-based artist hooked up with Martin Ron to collaborate on the following wall.
Street Art // Friday, January 10, 2014
After painting a wall in Bogota, Colombia, Brisbane-based artist, Fintan Magee, headed south to Buenos Aires, Argentina where he painted the following mural. With this wall, Magee created the scene where a man is hiking with a house on his back, as a small hummingbird hovers in front of him. The artist also painted a tree that blends well with the actual real trees on the street.
Street Art // Friday, January 03, 2014
A masked, flannel wearing character can be seen attempting to grab some fleeing birds in this new mural by Australian muralist, Fintan Magee, in Bogota, Columbia.
Street Art // Monday, December 30, 2013
This new mural in Bogota, Colombia dubbed “The Artifact,” is the creation and vision of Brisbane-based artist, Fintan Magee.
Street Art // Monday, November 04, 2013
In this surreal new mural, Fintan Mcgee has painted an ant holding a monorail pillar on its back while atop of a leaf. A wooden house can be seen in the distance on another leaf, both floating on a yellow and black striped body of liquid. This piece was painted somewhere in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Street Art // Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Australian muralist, Fintan Magee, recently finished this mural in Brisbane of a beak wearing man chasing a goose with a key in its mouth.
Street Art // Thursday, September 05, 2013
A guy gets his eyes gouged as his assailant attempts to flee to a rope ladder off a boat. This new extra large mural was painted by Fintan Magee in London, UK.
Street Art // Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Three of Fintan Magee’s characters help rebuild and shape an abstract Vienna as depicted by his collaborator Knarf. The two created this mural in the Donaukanal area, which essentially is the main water channel that runs through the city of Vienna.
Street Art // Sunday, July 14, 2013
Brisbane-based muralist, Fintan Magee, recently painted two murals each similar in imagery depiciting two opposing characters struggling in different ways. One was created in Denmark for the Roskilde Festival entitled “Firewater,” the other in Copenhagen named “The Unmovable Object.”