drawing on paper
Sam Wallman is not actually homophobic, racist, or sexist. He just likes making fun of those who are by stealing their humour and pretending to laugh along with them. We know this because Wallman's catalogue of grotesque, wrinkled, characters include people just like him, and he would never really laugh at himself.
New work on show at the Majorca Building, Centre Place Melbourne, during the Midsumma Festival.
Sam Wallman is 23 and currently works as an advocate for young people with disabilities, while living with his partner in Collingwood. At the moment he is producing a collaborative book called Stab Your Brother, a follow up to 2006's Go Home Abos. He draws pictures of the grotesque people in his head, in attempted exorcism.