PANORAMA – Solo Exhibition

With PANORAMA, Chris Yee explores power through size and scale – more directly the representation of sport teams, gangs, ancient armies and governments throughout time.

Through a series of large scale artworks he finally mends the missing links between the social youth of Chinatown, the suburbs of Ryde and the Roman empire.

Kind Of- Gallery
Wednesday March 18, 2015

6:00pm – 9:00pm

Event Page

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364cm x 244cm
Acrylic on canvas
8 individual pieces

Digital printed flag
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Tote Bags/T-shirts
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It’s been a few months in the making, but I’m proud to finally announce this collaborative project with the good people @ Capsule!
Great photography by Dakota Gordon.



Paying homage to the former Rugby League team North Sydney Bears, we collaborated with Sydney based illustrator Chris Yee to release a limited edition tee to celebrate the opening of our new space over the bridge. The tees will be available Thursday 6th of December @ CAPSULE North as well as Online. Photography by Dakota Gordon.

Crab Shack

A few weeks ago Cam Wall and I did a mural for Eat Art Truck and their newly opened sit down venue, Truckstop.

The theme was “Creole Cookout” – A fusion between Southern soul food and traditional Japanese. The concept of the mural was to depict two giant sized god-zilla/kaiju shellfish. This is what we came up with.

In other news I’m selling off some old sketches and oldies for cheap $$$. Some other good friends and great artists are involved too. Drop by If you’re free. December 5th!


Congrats to the guys at Capsule for opening a new store in North Sydney.
If your around the area definetly drop by and cop something!
I have a t-shirt project with them that will drop later this month, but more on that later. Here are some teasers and early draft sketches that weren’t used for the final designs.

If you haven’t already, make sure you check out our “Hyperion Funeral” exhibition at Kinokuniya Wedge gallery. The show runs till the 27th

The Funeral

Honored to be included with my favourite Sydney based illustrators.
This Thursday, make sure you make it to this one!

Each with their own take on hyper-detailed mythic urban-surrealism, Sydney-based illustrators James Jirat Patradoon, Gerald Leung, Jin Hien Lau, and Chris Yee exhibit together for the first time in Hyperion Funeral, a group show at Books Kinokuniya, where most of them spend their time.

Opening Reception:

Thursday November 15th

6pm – 9pm

Runs till November 27th

Wedge Gallery, Books Kinokuniya

The Galeries Victoria

500 George Street