Finito! I had so much love and support on this Project. Thanks #christchurchcity Pauly, Freak. #RISE13 and everyone who came to visit, bring gifts, cook and deliver coffee. You made all the difference while I was freezing my ass off up in the sky.

Toast(Ata Bozaci) did this portrait of me from a super Ol photo. What a gun. His new show looks amazing. #brotherfromanotherturkishmother #since 1990

You know the name. Blessed to wake up to an inbox with burners like this staring back at me. Another 💣 @berst_g

My extremely talented brother from Rome is coming to visit me in #adelaide I’ve got some good news for the locals. Hold tight

Run it

Sneak peak at a new project I started this week. #vanstheomega #sammyd

Pushing myself on Day 2 #adelaidecentralmarket #vanstheomega #kab101

Lining up for a new project with #kab101 Having a crack at the portrait game to give myself a challenge.

Good day out with the boys. Phat thumbs up to Spring weather for letting us get up

Tonight’s random experiment. Wanted to paint a water colour for the first time but don’t have water colour paint. My mind simply says just add heaps off water to regular acrylic and go for it!! Doesn’t work but turns out all good in the end. #lovehaterelationshipwiththis #neongolden

If your in Hong Kong and get the chance. Go visit #neongolden

If I can direct your attention to #fukushimareactors for 1 minute. #makenoiseforjapan In the latest crisis to strike the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan, operator Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) has discovered that 300 tons (nearly 72,000 gallons) of highly radioactive water has leaked from a holding tank into the ground over the past month.

The development comes on top of TEPCO’s admission last month that an estimated 300 tons of radioactive groundwater, which picks up small amounts of contamination when it flows through the damaged reactor buildings, has been leaking into the Pacific Ocean every day. (See related story: “Fukushima’s Radioactive Water Leak: What You Should Know.”)

The new storage tank leak presents a different and potentially more serious problem than the ongoing groundwater flow leaks. The water from the leaking tank is so heavily contaminated with strontium-90, cesium-137, and other radioactive substances that a person standing less than two feet away would receive, in an hour’s time, a radiation dose equivalent to five times the acceptable exposure for nuclear workers, Reuters reported. Within ten hours, the exposed person would develop radiation sickness, with symptoms such as nausea and a drop in white blood cells.