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Opera House Birthday Boat by Reg Mombassa National Art School, Sydney, Australia Landscape, Art Corner, Naive Art, Art For Art Sake, Australian Artists, Landscape Art, Painting Inspiration

The Store | Prints

Photos and Merchandise from the newsrooms of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The Australian Financial Review, The Brisbane Times and WA Today. Purchase your Leunig Calendar, Tea Towels from Kitchen Sink Drama and merchandise from the Quiz featured in Good Weekend

Reg Mombassa Prints and Artwork for Sale Australian Painting, Australian Artists, Surf Design, Collections Of Objects, Art Studies, Screen Printing, Illustration Art, Artsy, Prints

The Store | Prints

Photos and Merchandise from the newsrooms of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The Australian Financial Review, The Brisbane Times and WA Today. Purchase your Leunig Calendar, Tea Towels from Kitchen Sink Drama and merchandise from the Quiz featured in Good Weekend

Barbecue, by Reg Mombassa. Quirky Art, Whimsical Art, Funny Vintage Ads, Graffiti Photography, Acid Art, Street Painting, Tape Art, Alternative Art, Art For Art Sake

Reg Mombassa - Artist, Musician, Mambo legend

Reg Mombassa is a musician, painter, writer, poet, humanist. He is also a founding member of legendary Australian rock band, Mental As Anything. I pitched Reg via email about our Surf bike POP exhibition, he called me the next day and offered 5 limited edition prints - I was pretty contented after that phone call! Reg has exhibited extensively throughout Australia and overseas. His work can be found in the permanent collections of every major Australian Gallery including the MCA in Sydney…

Reg Mombassa & The Don Surf Design, Screen Design, Art For Art Sake, Australian Artists, Cool Art, Awesome Art, Painting & Drawing, Arts And Crafts, Artsy

Interview: Reg Mombassa | Desktop

Originally born in New Zealand, Reg Mombassa has gone on to become one of the most widely recognised and well-respected visual artists in Australia. Here he shares some of his politically motivated work, as well as some insights into his outlook on the world. - Where did your interest in politics and social issues begin? I was only 11 years old during the Cuban missile crisis, but I realised then that politics affected our lives very specifically and often horrifically. I have had a sporadic…