Saturday, May 13, 2017

End of an era for Rogue Planet

Last month we packed up and closed the door on our screen printing studio at 242 Victoria Street in Brunswick. The studio is in storage until we land again later in the year. Thanks to all who have supported us over the past eight years.

Monday, January 11, 2016


Come down to 242 Victoria Street in Brunswick and have a go at a one day screen printing workshop.

We have 3 dates left for January which are Fri 22nd, Sat 23rd and Sat 30th. Class begins at 9.30am and finishes around 4pm.

Classes are limited to 6 participants to ensure that each student receives the attention they require. Nick Mau, our tutor currently teaches in the Communication Design courses at Swinburne University in Hawthorn, Melbourne as well as Federation University in Ballarat, Victoria.

Bring an image or start the workshop by creating one. Each design is limited to A4 size and will consist of 2 colours. Your print run will be a limited edition run of 10 prints on Fabriano water colour paper. All materials are included and you will qualify to sell our prints in the Gallery Shop in Brunswick.

Stand and Deliver Cafe are also located in our building so coffee and food is available to purchase if required.

Bookings and payment are easy - go to and choose your date. Cost is $240 for the full day which includes all materials. Prints usually sell for around $40-$60 per print, so your investment eventually pays off.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Screenprinting 1 day workshops at Rogue Planet studio in Brunswick

Introduction to screen printing on paper, including photo stenciling.
$240 for a 1 full day workshop. Includes materials.


WORKSHOP BOOKINGS and available dates -

Nicholas Mau, your workshop tutor, is a Communication Design lecturer at Swinburne University.
Nick established Rogue Planet eight years ago, an organization that would create art with a social conscience. Since then he has produced many limited edition screenprints, with many prints sold. Nicholas has permanent works in the National Gallery of Victoria, Australian National Gallery in Canberra; Art Gallery of Western Australia; State Library of Victoria; Estonian State Library, Estonia and Chaumont Poster Museum, France.

Phone Nick Mau on 0419 878 234 or email for information.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015


We are pleased to release these brand new limited edition screenprints of South Eastern Australia Aboriginal artist Trevor Turbo Brown, printed by Nicholas Mau in our Rogue Planet Brunswick print studio. These are available for sale in our gallery at 242 Victoria Street Brunswick (closed Monday) or online through our shopping link at

These are Turbo's first black and white works which were painted using Indian ink and carefully reproduced as screenprints. Limited edition runs of 50 only and printed onto Fabriano Rosapina 220gsm archival paper. Each print is 50x70cm.

A must have for any collector!

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Exhibition of new works by Trevor Turbo Brown at 242

We are excited to announce our new venture as publisher of editioned screen prints from Aboriginal artists of South Eastern Australia. And what better way to kick start this venture with a series of screenprints of Trevor Turbo Brown's paintings.

The last few years have seen Turbo’s work exhibited widely beyond Victoria, with his inclusion in a show in Italy, a solo show in London, and several sell out shows in Sydney. His work has also been collected by the National Gallery of Australia, and the National Gallery of Victoria. The new year will see two of his paintings featured on banners around the City of Melbourne as part of Indigenous Art Week. Both paintings, Eagle Spring Morning and Yellow and Red Tailed Black Cockatoos, feature in this exhibition.

Brown’s day-to-day life is a far cry from the rarefied air of stark white gallery spaces where his work is usually shown. In spite of being a child of the stolen generation, a decade spent in prison, periods of homelessness, Brown has continued to find solace, escape, innocence, and energy through painting. Increasingly however, the scars of his hardships are evident in the native animals that populate his paintings. And, it could be argued, his work is stronger and more vital because of this.

Sunday, April 3, 2011


Rogue Planet in name, is a reference to the Melbourne based political arts collective RedPlanet, which fostered the creative talents of Nicholas Mau and Carol Porter and many more artists who contributed to the art of revolution within the RedPlanet community art movement. In 1992 RedPlanet was the remaining entity of Redletter and Another Planet and other political art organizations that evolved over a twelve year period in Melbourne. It provided access and arts resources for cash strapped organizations, individuals and not for profit communities. It was the dissident voice of those with a different view to the mainstream. In the mid 90’s the screenprinted poster was fast becoming an expensive voice in comparison to more cost effective desktop publishing option. Funding from the Australia Council ceased in 1998 and eventually RedPlanet went into receivership. The State Library of Victoria bought the remaining poster stock in 2001. The Artery Gallery in Fitzroy exhibited the collection as RedPlanet Revolution in 2005. Those who remember the temper of the times received the exhibition with great enthusiasm. Younger art pundits have been inspired by the causes and attracted to the low-tech appeal of some of the works.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Shopping at Rogue Planet

Our shop is now open so feel free to have a browse. The Gallery Shop is located on site at 242 Victoria Street Brunswick, or you can shop online at
For postage and delivery please contact us on