Handbrake’s Chaos Rising exhibition a big hit at The Old Pickle Factory

Hans Bruechle isn’t one for subtlety. For his second solo exhibition, Chaos Controlled, the local street artist shut down a busy street in West Perth to land a helicopter emblazoned with his work, which formed the centrepiece of the show at The Old Pickle Factory. Guests lined up to get Bruechle tattoos, cocktails curated for the event and artwork, jackets and skateboards painted by the creative. Pictured: Ken Craigie, Hans Bruechle & Al Craigie Picture: Alan Chau

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Jillian McHugh & Karina Paxinos Picture: Alan Chau/The West Australian

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Kate Hannah Picture: Alan Chau/The West Australian

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Claire O'Shea & Cam Cranley Picture: Alan Chau/The West Australian

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Samuel England & Conrad Gupanis Picture: Alan Chau/The West Australian

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Georgia Jones & Isabella Jones Picture: Alan Chau/The West Australian

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Anita Radici & Joanne Aleksoski Picture: Alan Chau/The West Australian