FRY BABY is proud to collaborate witH australian artists to create limited edition lids. There's only so many walls in your house, so why not wear some art on your noggin.
meet the talented locals that make OUR hats looks so good.
oh and if you wanna collaborate >>> email@example.com
Nicko Phillips is an illustrator living on Wathaurong country. At age 8, he was kicked by a small kangaroo whilst attempting to try and hold it like a baby. PSA – kangaroos do not like being held like babies. For more gripping animal anecdotes like this one, follow him on Instagram at @champagne_nicko
Annie Hamilton is a Sydney/Eora-based musician, designer, artist and long-time Frybaby fan. She enjoys long walks on the beach, tequila, bucket hats and loud noises.
Ashley Ronning is a Naarm based illustrator and artist. She can usually be found in her studio drawing, risograph printing or working on her next zine. When her pens are down she's playing pinball, going to gigs or having a tinnie in the sunshine.
Brett Randall is a designer, illustrator, photographer & artist based in Wollongong, NSW. His practice stems from his years spent in the AustraliaN music scene - creating artwork for a range of bands and artists both national and international.
MOlly HUNT is Yolngu and Balanggarra woman, hailing from the eccentric town called Wyndham in the Kimberley. Molly is a story teller at heart and likeS to share THOSE through A funky style of art, comics, animations and anything SHE can print on.
REG MOMBASSA DOESN'T NEED AN INTRODUCTION OR A BIO, YOU KNOW HIM WELL. WHETHER YOU'VE seen his iconic ART IN PAINTING FORM OR ON MAMBO SHIRTS, TEES, WATCHES AND MORE, YOU KNOW IT AS SOON AS YOU SEE IT. HIS ART IS A MIX OF CHEEKY, POLITICAL, ARRESTING AND CLEVER AND IS ALWAYS DISTINCT. REG, BORN CHRIS O'DOHERTY, IS ALSO A MUSICIAN and played in mental as anything and still does with dog trumpet.
Sam DOUGHTY is a freelance artist and graphic designer based in Sydney with a background in print media, painting and illustration. Sam loves painting plants & scenes with a moody grit to them, and the idea of turning a dull moment into something that's intriguing and beautiful. There'll never be enough time to make everything he wants, so is grateful for every opportunity he gets.
Samuel is a bit of a jack of all trades - comic book artist, video editor, director, musician, college lecturer and the occasional writer. he's always looking to add another feather to his cap! Based in the Inner West of Sydney (on the unceded land of the Gadigal people), you may have seen him playing iN The S-Bends or heard him on FBi. His comics and music generally revolve around making sense of interpersonal relationships and the Australian music scene. Catch you in the pit.
jennifer 'lulu' coombes
Jennifer is an artist from the tiwi islands and learned her style of art from her mum and grandfather. Jennifer paints using different methods, sometimes using crosshatch, dot work and natural materials such as leaves to create a different effect.
Samantha Curcio is a Melbourne (Naarm) based illustrator who creates colourful characters with cheeky charm. Her work is vibrant, bold and bright and she loves to make people smile through injecting humour into her illustrations.
Stephen Baker is a Melbourne based artist creating works that depict people in the human environment. Through his work, Baker elevates the monotony of city and suburban life, drawing on personal experience to recreate common scenes and then reveal subjects in their most vulnerable and basic form. Using colour and shape, Baker creates stylised worlds that connect the viewer through a graphic narrative.
BRODIE JACKSON IS A TATTOOIST AND ILLUSTRATOR FROM LENNOX HEAD. AS A KEEN ARTIST, BRODIE BECAME SERIOUS ABOUT TATTOOS AT AGE 18 AND HASN'T LOOKED BACK WORKING IN LENNOX, BYRON, MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY. HIS ART TAKES INSPIRATION FROM SURFING, SKATING, SPACE AND HUMOUR.
emu creek art co
Emu Creek Art Co is Stephanie de Vries. she loves creating sunny pieces of art in her cosy home on Darkinjung land. Inspired by her childhood, the australian bush and all it's curious critters, Stephanie hopes to evoke pleasant memories of past adventures, a sense of belonging and a celebration of the unique country we call home in a playful style.
Luke Arnold is a Sydney based visual artist and illustrator. He loves to create wordy works that are uplifting, tongue in cheek and cutely crass. His works are bold, pop and campfully colourful. CHAnces are you've seen his art without even knowing it.
EVIE, ALSO KNOWN AS YEEVZ, useS HER art to try and make sense and whimsy out of the mundanity of life. EVIE'S sense of style comes from being raised by cartoons, the internet (I'm still fluent in 1337 speak), and being a cancer sun with a scorpio rising. If you've spent time on the internet, chances are you've seen one of her cartoons!
HOUSE OF DARWIN & LUNA TUNES
SHAUN EDWARDS STARTED HOUSE OF DARWIN TO CREATE TERRITORY INSPIRED CLOTHING THAT REINVESTS PROFITS BACK INTO REMOTE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES. HOUSE OF DARWIN IS A SOCIAL ENTERPRISE WITH GREAT TEES, RUGS, SWIMMERS AND NOW A LTD EDITION CORDUROY HAT. THE HOUSE OF DARWIN MAIN ILLUSTRATOR IS LUNA TUNES.
BILLIE JUSTICE THOMSON
Billie Justice Thomson's work explores nostalgia and sentimentality through memorialising common objects, iconic Australian imagery, drinks and food. Paintings on perspex and digital illustrations are symbols of domestic simplicity, aggrandising the delights of the day to day miracles of existence. Her work is intentionally naive and her slightly wonky style is approachable and good-humoured.
Stacy is an illustrator and comics maker working on the lands of the Kulin nation. He cares about storytelling through pictures and is the owner of more than 50 hats. Stacy's Fry baby collaboration is a lid that's mesmerising, trippy and beautiful all at once.
Michael Black is a Sydney based abstract artist. Michael's work allows him to capture direct moments in time through the use of a variety of mixed media techniques. Through Michael's practice, he aims to bring others into a greater experience and connection to the world around him.
Cass Stevens is an illustrator and designer from the Mornington Peninsula. Her work is a mixed bag full of cheekiness, nostalgia and the Australian spirit at heart. The Cool ghoul lid she's designed is playful, stylish and sure to impress anyone and everyone.
MARK CHESTER HARDING
Mark IS a freelance illustrator and musician based in Sydney. HIS style is inspired by the relief printmaking of Japan and Soviet Russia. Mark loves illustrating moments in time, particularly stories from the Australian bush. HIS STYLE WORKS SO WELL in an EMBROIDERED PATCH form with the textures of his art combining perfectly with the corduroy hat.
Miranda lorikeet is a Microsoft Paint artist based in Sydney. she's been drawing with MS Paint since age seven and refuses to upgrade her software. sHE draws naked ladies, bodies of water and still life imagery inspired by her hopes, dreams and worst nightmares. Join HEr in a very beautiful but slightly unnerving pastel universe.
Kimberly Is a Digital Illustrator based in sunny Brisbane, QLd. She is a proud Bundjalung and South Sea Islander woman. Her artworks are always colourful, positive and playful and her unique style is evident in her use of bold black outlines and block colours.
Steve GAVAN is a Graphic Designer and Illustrator based in Northcote, Melbourne. His work often incorporates positive themes, humorous characters and a bold, playful style.
yarli creative is madison connors, a proud and strong yorta yorta, dja dja wurrung and gamilaroi woman. Madison's experiences as an Aboriginal woman have shaped her perspectives on the world, which in turn translates into visual representations. madison wants to create a positive change by sharing, teaching and creating artwork that provokes conversations.
Steph Hughes is an illustrator and musician from Naarm. She lives near the Merri Creek and is a sketchbook nerd, so ends up drawing local birds quite a bit.
Brentos Is Brent Turner, an Illustrator and painter from Sydney who's nostalgic, Australiana type of illustration pops with movement, ice cream pastels and Australian wildlife characters. Through his work he aims to highlight the Aussie spirit of times past and present whilst shining a light on the importance of loving and protecting our native wildlife.