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Reg Mombassa is the pseudonym of Chris O'Doherty, a New Zealand-born artist and musician. Resident in Australia, he is as well known for his musical exploits - founder and former member of the popular Australian band Mental As Anything and member of Dog Trumpet (alongside his brother Peter O'Doherty) - as he is for his art. Worldwide, he is perhaps better known for his irreverent designs for surfwear company Mambo Graphics, many of which were later adapted for use in a segment of the Sydney 2000 Olympics closing ceremony. Reg Mombassa is represented by Watters Gallery.
Below is a selection of prints available as limited editions. Reproduced under the supervision of the artist using the highest quality archival inks and paper, each print is hand-signed and delivered with a certificate signed by the Editors. Delivery may take up to six weeks.
The Store brings you an exclusive collaboration between this living legend and our top-selling brand, Mimsy Design, in a dynamic collection of T-shirts and baseball caps. The range celebrates an Australian pop-culture icon, drawing on Mombassa’s classic works and featuring some of the artist’s best-loved characters.
IMPORTANT DELIVERY NOTE: Be sure to check the delivery times listed within each product.
View the Mombassa tees and caps by Mimsy here.
A detailed description of each product, including size, paper type, framing and delivery times, can be found within the ‘description’ of each artwork. To access the full description, click on the image, then on the ‘read more’ link.
View the art of Reg Mombassa AKA Chris O'Doherty at his latest exhibition 'Simplistiscism II: ROBOT Smalltalk' at Rogue Pop-up Gallery, 480 King Street, Newtown, from 22 June until 6 July 2019.