Beastman (Bradley Eastman) is an multidisciplinary artist from Sydney, Australia. Influenced by the biodiversity, symbolism and design aesthetics behind nature’s repetitive geometric growth patterns and organic landscapes, Beastman’s paintings, illustrations, commercial projects and public murals explore a unique visual language, depicting future environments of abstracted landscapes, potential new life forms and human intervention.
Beastman has exhibited his distinctive artworks extensively around the world, has curated and organised numerous international art exhibitions and projects, and has been commissioned to create artworks for Element Skateboards, Facebook, Vivid Sydney, Mini, Westfield, Red Bull, Stockland, Hyundai, Smirnoff and more. His artwork was recently acquired by the National Gallery of Australia, and his large solo and collaborative mural works can be found all over Australia and around the world.
First Coat 2017 Mural - ‘Coerced’
Based on a smaller painting titled ‘Coerce’, this mural is an abstract landscape painting exploring themes of human interaction with nature and potential future environments. The mural is also an exercise in balance, movement and geometry. The colour palette reflects the different elements of nature and also the surroundings of the building itself.