See The Sound
UNFRAMED FRIDAY II
Friday 2 February 2018
Due to the amazing response, we are thrilled to let you know that UNFRAMED FRIDAY is now a monthly feature at See The Sound.
The shop will be choc-a-block loaded with unframed Zo Damage open-ended and limited edition archival prints! All photographs available to purchase on the day. Orders taken. Shipping available.
February guest artist at See The Sound
PET PORTRAITS INSTALLATION
13– 23 FEBRUARY
See The Sound is excited to announce our first guest artist, Joel Morrison.
We are incredibly lucky to have loads of Joel’s amazing Pet Portraits alongside Zo Damage photographs in the pop up shop available for you to buy.
Joel Morrison is a local legend and artist who paints people’s pets. He does other things too, such as play in two of our favourite bands – Bodies and Tankerville – and runs Melbourne’s most loved dive bar and live music haunt, The Old Bar in Fitzroy.
Joel’s unusual approach to portraiture depicts the pets as anthropomorphic: a human body, an animal’s head.
To date, Joel has painted many dogs and cats, as well as the occasional rabbit. He is hoping one day to be commissioned to paint a pet lizard.
Joel’s Pet Portraits will be available to buy from See The Sound. You can also contact Joel for any commissions you are wanting or to just have a chat.
Contact Joel Morrison
THE GIGS WE GET TO ON THE 86
23 JAN – 11 FEB
Extended due to popular demand
The 86 played a huge part of the Zo Damage award winning 365 Day Project. With her car blowing a head gasket three months in, the tram became her primary source of transport in getting to gigs.
The January mini-installation at See The Sound pays tribute to this crazy and colourful tram line and just some of the venues along (and within stones throw of) the 86 route.
The journey begins in the heart of Melbourne at Max Watt’s in Swanston Stree, travelling North through Fiztroy, Collingwood, Northcote and Thornbury.
Max Watt's (Hi-Fi Bar) 2007
RIDE features photographs taken at some of Melbourne’s most loved and iconic dive bar/live music staples including 170 Russell, Yah Yahs, Grumpys, The Labour In Vain, The Tote, The Old Bar, Evelyn Hotel, The Gasometer Hotel, Northcote Social Club, Bar 303 and Tago Mago.
The Gasometer Hotel 2017
All photographs in stock and available to purchase in store at See The Sound. Framing available.
March guest artist at See The Sound
March will see Melbourne’s very own Paul Pirie as the featured artist at See The Sound.
We are honoured to have the opportunity to showcase a selection of Paul’s brilliant paintings as our March featured artist alongside the photography of Zo Damage.
A creative force in Melbourne’s underground live music scene, Paul is a member Melbourne three-piece Batpiss, and has had his paintings presented in a number of exhibitions, including the prestigious DIGS group show in which his work featured alongside internationally acclaimed artists including Rennie Ellis, Philip Morris, Carol Porter and Tim Molloy.
THE DAMAGE REPORT NEWS
Zo Damage is now down to last 50 copies of “The Damage Report”. The price has been reduced from $100 to $80.
In November 2017 Zo was presented with The Age Music Victoria Awards “Outstanding Achievement Award” for her 365 Day Project and The Damage Report.
“The Damage Report” by Zo Damage. On sale now at zodamage.com and See The Sound. Get in quick to own a slice of rock’n’roll history!
BUY IT ONLINE NOW
SPECIAL LOW PRICE OF $80 (WAS $100)
FREE SHIPPING AU WIDE / INCLUDES TRACKING
LESS THAN 50 COPIES LEFT
Dea: For the goddess in everyone
We are thrilled to announce “Dea” the new line of handcrafted resin jewellery by Zo Damage. Affordable statement pieces for the goddess in everyone. Now in stock at zodamage.com and See The Sound pop up shop 115 Therry St Melbourne.
Affordable statement pieces for the goddess in everyone.
Black on black Zo Damage wax seal tags
Handmade and hand signed by Zo these black on black wax seal tags are exclusively included with Zo Damage products and prints at zodamage.com and See The Sound.
See Ya Facebook
As of 1 February Zo Damage and See The Sound will NO LONGER be using Facebook with both accounts, and Zo's personal Facebook account inactive from this date. To keep up to date with all the news sign up to the Zo Damage mailing list here. You can also follow ZD on Instagram here, and See The Sound on Instagram here.