Tom Adair Against the Grain. Original Tom Adair neon artwork from his first solo exhibition at DENFair 2018. Silk screen and neon on dibond, pink acrylic frame. 1.8m cord with standard plug. Immaculate condition. (To be purchased as a single artwork, or as a diptych together with Polar Cones, also listed. $5,900 for the pair).

“Airbush is like a refined form of graffiti, I have adapted this into something familiar yet new. For me it’s the layering of neon and specialist framing that really gives a quality and brings my pieces to life.”

Tom Adair lives in Richmond Victoria and works out of Studio Sixnine in Cremorne.

Tom Adair’s genius as an artist began in the subculture of the Melbourne Graffiti scene where he refined his ability to make immediate, aesthetically strong paintings. A decade after leaving the brick and concrete walls of the iconic streets for the studio, Adair’s more formal practice has taken centre stage. He is interested in us, our relationship to the environment, and how our thirst for evolution and technology have changed us.