Growing up in Melbourne, from an impressionable age, Meggs immersed himself in the worlds of drawing, cartoons, sci-fi films and skateboarding. In the early 2000s he began being recognised around the city for his stencils and poster art which progressed into freehand aerosol art and large-scale mural works, showcasing his extensive painting skills.
Meggs is one of the founding members of Everfresh Studios, Australia’s most renowned and respected street art collectives. His painting style has graduated from more simplistic street-based work to technical, layered and expressive mixed media artworks, exploring a unique balance between graphic form and painterly abstraction.
Meggs travels his art widely, having had solo shows in Australia, Hong Kong, London and Los Angeles, as well as participating in many group exhibitions around the world. He continues to be very active on the street and is well-documented in numerous street art catalogues and publications.
Most recently Meggs’ artwork is included in the permanent collections of the National Gallery of Australia and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, as well as numerous private collections.