Remember Graham? Now you can meet the rest of the squad
HE WASN'T the most attractive man to steal newspaper headlines, but he sure claimed the limelight for the right reasons.
In 2016, the Victorian Government launched a new road safety campaign with Graham as the face if it - the only person designed to survive on our roads.
With a flat face, multiple nipples to cover his ribs and extra-long hoof-like feet, this nose-less sculpture with a neck as thick as his hips was designed to show just how vulnerable the human body is.
Graham was sculpted by artist Patricia Piccinini and now you have the opportunity to see other works by this talented Sierra Leone-born Australian in her exhibition in Brisbane.
Curious Affection will exhibit more than 50 works, including daring new commissions, and will be the largest ever solo exhibition by an Australian artist.
Even those not familiar with the art scene will be amazed at the freakishly life-like creations she has developed.
Pig-faced babies with dinosaur-like features and human figures you'll be convinced are real, her works are all about melding science, surrealism and mythology to create hybrid creatures.
Coming to the Gallery of Modern Art on March 24 to August 5, this is one you do not want to miss.
It is a ticketed exhibition with prices ranging from $8 for children 5-12 years or $18 for an adult, available HERE.
Also heading to Brisbane this March is the major Queensland Museum exhibition Egyptian Mummies: Exploring Ancient Lives, which includes new high-technology 3D scans revealing secrets about six different mummies who lived and died between 900BC and AD180.
The exhibition is from March 16 to August 28 and tickets are available HERE.
And don't miss your final chance to see Disney's Aladdin - The Musical at the Lyric Theatre, QPAC.
Tickets are selling fast and you'll be kicking yourself if you miss it. Tickets available HERE.
For more fun and exciting things to do in Brisbane this season, head HERE.