Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Wind Up Birds

Finally! Some street art! Even decided to give stencils a second chance. I did a warm up run here in Barcelona, Montreal styles (idea, cut out and spray all in the same night) with my trusty companion, Sparky. Turns out it's more important to look out for sketchy night wanderers than the police.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Nyu Nyu

Sorry Z, but this is what you get for drawing penises on all my drawings throughout highschool.


Monday, November 29, 2010

I think a whole bunch of sections I wrote are going to be posted in the next little while.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010


My first roll of Holga photos turned out to be mostly a failure. These are pretty much the only barely usable photos that came out of a 36 exposure roll of self-roll, colour single perforated really old film. Everything was underexposed cuz the film was only 160 ISO and the Holga shoots at a pretty small aperature of 8 or 11. I kind like them but hopefully I'll have better and more results with a higher speed film next round. Holga cameras are a cheap Chinese camera made entirely out of plastic, the lens too. They are famous for having light leaks and doing unexpected things.

Me and Darryl at his studio.

I think this is little Mieke in the greenhouse at Concordia.


JP and Cartouche.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Fishy Business

new thing in union lane



Yesterday was a really sunny day so I ran away from studio for an hour or two to paint this little picture in union lane. First time ever doing some real time freehand spraying (the oil-rig). Some kiwi fella named city went into my little window frame and pushed me out into new territory. I had to go over some sexy pirate but I left her face hanging in the sky, because I guess I just have a thing for pirates. I feel like the picture I am trying to paint isn't clear enough without dollar dollar bills flying out of Mr. businessman's briefcase but I didn't have any green paint. Maybe I will go and retroactively add them bills.

Miss you friends.

concept sketch

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Old Romantic

On Melbourne Uni Camupus next to the cafe

Saturday, September 25, 2010

new stencil

Just cut out a new stencil.

I have grand plans for it.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Outlawed Owls

I had to take this post off due to some ''heat'' with my thankfully, x-landlord, who is a horrible horrible person and is going to rot in hell. So since efterblivet is lacking these days here's some filler till we get started again:

This is the new Nuit Blanche motivated silk screen-wheat paste experiment and this the first installation of wheat pasting. We want to wheat paste them all over the city. We have 713 colour owls and at least another 300 just black line drawing owls. We're going for coverage with numbers.

I vandalized for the first time by myself at 3:30am on Wednesday night. The snow plower scared me but besides that easy compared to Argentina. There was a small problem with the wheat paste smearing the black ink so I switched to contact paper glue so the owls on the left look really shitty.
Close up.
Little cut out owls.

We printed 23 sheets of these, 5 layers, which equaled to technically 713 owls including the grouped together owls. I worked on this one with Amy, so there are two styles of owl.

Friday, September 10, 2010


I made a little efterblivet 'intro 'thingy.

Now efterblivet just needs to make some little films to put it in.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010


Hello efterblivets!

There is an amazing zine co-op here in Melbourne called Sticky.
They are located right in the heart of Melbourne and every time you walk in there, you are greeted by some sexy vagrants hanging around punching buttons -- go there : right across the street from Flinders Station, downstairs into the underground station.

Sparks has landed in Melbourne...

Monday, August 9, 2010

tzch hits cadmium one last time

Jordan, the editor of Cadmium (OCAD's student paper) is graduating,
but he put in one last huzzah! And I snuck in my piece on exciting urbanism.

check out all the issues:

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Seb & Renee

My first attempt at stop motion with my friend Garrett while tree planting.

Seb & Renee from Tobias Fischer on Vimeo.

Friday, July 9, 2010

Team X

Finally finished the new thing.
People, be awed.

Team X from tzch on Vimeo.

Monday, June 28, 2010


I met some young geniuses over here in Melbourne, they make ms paint masterpieces.

Here is a masterpiece by Zoe Campbell Walker

Check out the rest of them on their blog:

Saturday, June 12, 2010


Here is a little picture of the work in progress on the piece in the alley.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Melbourne Alleyways

The little alleyways in Melbourne are plenty. And you can find all sorts of excitement here.
Theres a range from spiffy ones with cafes and don don shops, and dingy ones full of trash-bins and dumpsters. Somewhere among these is this one:

John from Sydney'sfirst legit mural

putting a tag up high on bamboo stilts

the alley

I'm working on getting some efterblivet TZCH action into this alley.
over and out from Melbo.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010


Don't you find everything needs to be bigger these days?

Monday, April 19, 2010

Moving UP, Video Stills

Finally, the stills from my video! Technically this was a sort of kind of street art/public performance, no?

Friday, April 16, 2010

the apple has worms

I'm starting a new series of apple slice watercolour/pen/prismacolour illustrations. If this apple was real, I probably wouldn't eat it.

Saturday, April 10, 2010


POST 100!!!

My most successful screen print to date. 5 layers, 3 stencils, magical gloss.
Some of the detail created by the gloss is lost in the scan. It's much more magical in hard copy.

The Drawwwwing

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Black Out

These are complementary photos to my White Out series for my final photo project. The scans were really bad so I had to fuck around with them a little on photoshop for them to look more like the original prints. Obviously the originals look way better.

Monday, April 5, 2010

Time Stealers

This is inspired by the children's book, Momo by Michael Ende (the author of The Never Ending Story). In the book, this town is taken over by these men in gray, entirely gray, from skin to cigar. The people of the town don't notice them but they steal all their time and turn the village people into mindless drones who don't enjoy life at all. The only person who is resistant to them is Momo and she obviously saves the day. This was a test, and it worked really well, so I'm gonna print out more of them and make really long strings of them down some streets. I was gonna screen print it but I digitally printed it as an excuse for a project for my digital print class. Digital print is such a cop out, it was so easy!


Here is a little drawing I made.

Saturday, March 27, 2010


Paint by numbers. 10"/10"