Contemporary fine artist Matt Stewart has launched a fashion collection of tees, hoodies and handbags, extending in a new direction from his usual production of original painted artworks, limited edition art prints and both private and commercial mural artworks.

The Brisbane based artist also launched his 1000 piece art puzzles just before COVID-19 hit. Matt’s artworks are bright pops of colour, combined with detailed brush work. His use of aerosol and acrylic paint work with his individual style, which has been described as pop-art with a street art edge.

Matt’s large scale canvas artworks have collectors in Australia, the UK and North America, where both his private and corporate mural productions have a waiting list of clients, eager for him to transform their space.

His works have also caught the eye of multi-national companies who have come to use his skills for specific artwork projects, such as Disney, Cirque Du Soleil, BMW, McLaren, Mercedes Benz and Coca Cola. An enigma in edgy pop-art, Matt is a highly talented artist in the Australian art scene and is recognised internationally by industries and private collectors.

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