See you next year!

Thank you everyone for your support this year. The Dark and Disturbing team will be taking a break now until next year. We will be restocking the shelves again in mid-January. 

Have a safe and restful Christmas and New Year. 

Leesa, Gavin, Vernon and the team. 


Meeanjin Markets 2019

Dark and Disturbing is looking forward to heading back to Meeanjin Markets for a 3rd time. 

This time we’re going to trial NOT packing up the whole shop and instead allow customers to try on shirts, order online (at the markets), and we will send them shirts as soon as the event is over. This way customers don’t have to carry their purchases around with them, and the shirts will arrive in their homes over the next week. We’re not sure if the experiment will work, but we’re looking forward to having a bit of a different set up this time around. We’ll let you know how we go. 

Meeanjin Markets:

Friday 31st May (9am – 9pm) and Saturday 1st June (9am – 5pm) 
Reddacliff Place, George Street, Brisbane. 

You can find them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram


Boundary Lines at Griffith University Art Museum

Vernon’s new work the island features in Boundary Lines at Griffith University Art Museum.

Curated by Angela Goddard, the exhibition explores a variety of contexts and iconographies to consider how boundaries control and dominate individuals and communities.

Three works form his the installation – a 10 minute 3-channel video with two large text works. We also worked with Vernon and the Museum team to develop two tshirts to accompany the exhibition. These are not available online or from our occasional markets. They are only available from Griffith University Art Museum and only for the duration of the show.

Details: Boundary Lines, Griffith University Art Museum
Date: 20 November 2018 – 23 February 2019
Artists: Vernon Ah Kee, Daniel Boyd, Carol McGregor, Rosangela Renno, et al.


Christmas Pop Up Shop (Brisbane)

Dark+Disturbing Christmas Pop Up opens tomorrow until Christmas Eve.

For the 3rd year in a row, we’re excited to open our Iscariot Media office for last minute Christmas shopping.

Our shirts are available for $35 dollars each (normally $45 online).

We’re open from 15th December until 24th December at 1pm until 7pm. The entrance to the shop is on Clifford St (through the glass sliding doors with 259 above it). Street parking is available.

Where are we? Iscariot Media, Suite 4/259 Stafford Road, Stafford, Brisbane (entrance is on Clifford St through glass doors with 259 above). 


We’re at the Christmas Meeanjin Markets

Our online shop is closed for the next four days as we are Meeanjin Markets in Brisbane. We’ll be back online as soon as possible with our updated stock!


Find us at Meeanjin Markets!

Meeanjin Markets

We have temporarily closed the online shop for both the Easter break and to prepare for the Meeanjin Markets. 

Meeanjin Markets are part of the Festival 2018 of the Commonwealth Games, and we’re very pleased to have a presence there. 


Where: Reddacliff Place, 266 George Street, Brisbane
Dates: 6th April (10am – 9pm) and 7th April (10am – 5pm)
For updates, including performer and stall holder information, find Meeanjin Markets on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter



January Pop Up Shop

Black square with text "POP UP"

After the success of our Christmas Pop Up shop, we’ve decided to trial a monthly Saturday Pop up shop in Brisbane.

When: Saturday 21st January 2017 10am – 2pm
Where: Suite 4/259 Stafford Road, Stafford QLD 4053 (Brisbane) on

Note: As the space is very new, we don’t have any signage. The entrance to the upstairs suites is via Clifford Street – a glass sliding door, up the stairs and around the hallway. 


Christmas 2017 Pop Up Shop

Black square with text "POP UP"

We’ve decided to hold our first ever pop up shop in Brisbane over the next few nights in the lead up to Christmas Day.


The shop is back online

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Just a quick announcement to let you know that the shop is back online after our weekend in Sydney. We don’t have all of our stock listed – you’ll notice the proppaNOW shirts are missing. They’re currently in transit from Sydney and will arrive in a little while. 



We had a great time at the MCA on Friday evening at the MCA ArtBar curated by the very deadly Megan Cope. We met a lot of new faces who hadn’t heard of the proppaNOW artists before.

It was great to introduce them to their works. We’re back home today and have been doing a fresh stock-take. Unfortunately, some of the proppaNOW shirts are still in Sydney and won’t be back in Brisbane until around New Year so they won’t be available for sale until then.