Crack that champaign on that wall!

The bubbles are flowing with this sparkling new murals

Pernod Richard approached us to revamp a beloved poster featuring the Mumm champagne.

We thought Gerad Taylor was just the guy to bring this to life. 

With a classy twist, the poster was rendered in a modern day pin up style.

Pernod Ricard commissioned Apparition Media to paint the artwork in some treasure venues for that extra wow factor.

Sydney Verandah Bar Grows A New Look

TBT to when we smashed out another super cool mural with WA artist Chris Nixon at Verandah Bar in Sydney.

Referencing the local flora with naturally occurring patterns and textures. Nixon created a lush inner city oasis to integrate seamlessly with the great interior by Lucetti Krelle.

corporate mural
floral mural.jpg
boho mural
flower mural design
interior design

The Dicktator snowboard design with Alex Lehours

Nuclear threats is child's play.

Coming in hot and melting slopes with some nuclear action is Alex Lehours cracker of a design on this limited edition snowboard.

There is nothing more we love then a great creative brief allowing an artist to have fun with it.

Teaming up and Alex Lehours to create The Dicktator. 



Sound & Colour Tunnel Artwork

Who said tunnels need to be dark and gloomy? Perth Stadium has commission a collab of artists to create this amazing interactive art through a walkway that truely takes your breath away.

Coming together on the project was:

  • Chris Nixon - Lead Design, 
  • Tom Lucey - Lead Design, 
  • Ned Beckley - Sound Design, 
  • Sam Price - Motion Design,
  • Steve Berrick - System Design.

"Soooooo many hours went into this but it’s so rad to see it come to life - it’s pretty loud and immersive in there so we’re stoked with the final work. It’s had a huge response so far. I'm really keen to do more of this kind of work!"
- Chris Nixon


Flaming Gallah Hot Sauce Illustration by Kev

From hot sand to a hot sauce. Australian icon Alf Strewart from Home and Away has now been immortalised on a hot sauce with his famous catchphrase "Ya Flamin' Gallah!" 

Teaming up with tech company GoDaddy, Actor Ray Meagher is the face of their new campaign to show how easy it is for small businesses wanting to take the next step and come online with their ideas.

We chat to Kev O'donnel about his take on doing the illustration for their logo.

"I never watched Home & Away but always thought Ray Meagher’s face was a classic. So when the opportunity 

came to illustrate him I was stoked. His character, Alf Stewart’s penchant for using “Flamin' Galah” is a gift for this job."

The limited edition sauce isn't half bad


Loving the love cloud

Our friends from Amigo & Amigo have smashed out this beauty for Waverley Council. This interactive lighting installation that illuminates to your heart beat. As visitors physically connect to the sculpture they will be incorporating a part of themselves into the artwork. A work which collects different heartbeat ‘prints’, and unites the individuals; living, visiting and commuting through Bondi Junction.


Meet a Mad Mandala Mural Master

Meet 'fortyonehunderd' AKA Lizzie Snow.

Spiralling from the great land of nature Lizzie is one of the newest and youngest members to the Chulo Creative team.

Drawing inspiration from the wild and her love for connections Lizzie is creating quite the name for herself as a Mandala Master. 

Check out more of her work here

Moments in time by Joe Whyte

Joe Whyte is a Melbourne based artist moving between the commercial and fine art worlds with ease. An exceptional draftsman capturing sun dappled moments in time on a recent trip to Sydney's pitt street mall.

Make sure you follow Joe on Instagram to stay up to date with his travels and studies.

Shannon "Ice Cream" Crees' mural melts hearts at the Australian Open

What a nice way to open the new year with a new mural at the Australian Open.

Under the scorching sun Shannons new mural for Ice Cream Kings, Haagen-Dazs melts us with aw.

Here are some of the progress pics from event and a little process video.

Portals to other worlds

Artists are able to dip in and out of the imaginary world with a little more ease, a little more confidence and playfulness...blurring the lines like a child. This was beautiful illustrated when we came across Gina Kiel’s recent playful experiments.

When spontaneous moments of light and colour open portals to other worlds
— Gina Kiel

Check out more from Gina’s instagram here

Gina Kiel Chulo Creative
gina kiel chulo creative
gina kiel chulo creative
gina kiel chulo creative

Nuggets with Heart

Mike Watt worked on some adorable little nugget characters for a KFC social campaign last year with Ogilvy. The KFC agency YUM loved the little nugget characters so much they asked Mike to create a bunch of personalised nuggies for the YUM team's christmas party.

Super cute and tasty little guys...check them out below.


Drives him crazy...In a bad way. 

Borja is a fine artist based in Madrid Spain. We have been lucky enough to catch up with Borja on one of his latest paintings. Have a read below to find out what inspired this work.

chulo borja

This painting started as a critic to all kind of "clichés" in the art world.  Probably all around the globe but mainly in the spanish art world.  The words you can see at the bottom of her t-shirt are "Escribe como si no supieses coger el lápiz, artista" which translated should mean something like "Write as if you don´t know how to handle a pencil, you artist" or something like that.  And the word "artista" is crossed with a blue line.  The thing is that writing as Basquiat did in his paintings these days is obviously a fake decorative element that drives me crazy.  In a bad way.  Fake art to try to impress people and sell a painting... and the problem is that you see that not only on people who are starting but also in "great" artists who are supposed to have quite a good background.  Anyway... that´s all... the idea behind the painting.  That´s why I also did this painting in a style kind of different to my works:  Using a big bloke of colour, almost abstract next to a realistic figure, as those "artists" probably would think "is cool". Borja