Former Australian pro-skateboarder Steve “Teagues” Tierney is showing some of his recent mixed media work in Oaxaca, México this month. In the past, Teagues was responsible for the creative direction of Hoon skateboards and he’s done graphics for many brands over the years including Amnesia & Omni and spent some time in Cambodia working with the Skateistan project. I’ve been following his work for a while now and I really love these new pieces. One of Steve’s collage was also included in the new book 50/50, which was curated/published by Collage Collective Co. and Hanker Magazine. Definitely worth checking out.
About the show:
“Almost always, in every aspect of our lives, we have difficulty with identity and how we see ourselves. We often feel pressure to be something other than ourselves and I believe that many people in the world are living in more than one reality. Through these abstract images I have been exploring my own ideas around social behaviours and identity for a small exhibition in Oaxaca, Mexico in May 2014.”
To see more of Steve’s art, visit teaguesart.com