Dogman and Rabbitgirl had the best coffee in Drummoyne!

Dogman and Rabbitgirl went to visit Copo Cafe & Diner in Drummoyne and LOVED IT!


If you haven’t been to Copo Cafe and diner, you’re missing out!

Have a delicious coffee whilst enjoying a delicious brunch made from local organic produce around Drummoyne, Sydney.

Enjoy the warmth inside downstairs or for a more alfresco experience, dine upstairs on the terrace.

You can find Danny and Copo Cafe and Diner at M3/135 Victoria Road, Drummoyne Sydney (02 9719 9057)



Instagram/Twitter: @copocafediner

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We chatted with the lovely Danny who is the proud owner of Copo who is also a part of Gillie and Marc’s ‘Love a friend’ project 🙂


Q & A:

1. Who are your three best friends?

Danny: My brother from Brazil, Fiance (can’t forget her) and Pat one of our baristas.

2. How many coffees do you drink a day? Do you have them alone or with a friend?

Danny: I drink up to 5 but at the moment trying to cut back to 3…the guys here help me resist as I become a little edgy! I drink coffees with staff or with customers and sometimes some sneaky ones behind the counter.

3. If you could have a coffee with anyone in the world who would it be?

Danny: With Tony Abbott, not because he’s my friend but I have a few questions to ask him about how he’s leading our country!

4. Where’s the most memorable place you’ve ever had a coffee?

Danny: Sitting on a beautiful terrace in Marrakech, Morocco 4 years ago – I had an amazing turkish coffee whilst soaking up the view of the city. Turkish coffee is black and cooked on a stove top, and really really strong! It was a really memorable time.

5. Have you ever had a coffee with a dog or rabbit before?

Danny: No no, this is the first time in the cafe! I have had a coffee with my dog Roxy before, but he didn’t have one.

6. Who is the most interesting person who has come into the café and had a coffee?

Danny: We have quite a few local regulars that come in including Western Sydney Wanderers soccer player Nikolai Topor- Stanley. Chris Lilley also came in with a friend, he was quiet and was keeping a low profile as he was in the middle of filming his next series!


7. Why do coffee and friends go so well together?

Danny: Having a coffee together is the perfect conversation starter….Going out for coffee is much better than going out for drinks as the conversation is more serious and more interesting. You get more side tracked and distracted when going out for drinks.

Enjoying a good brunch with coffee is even better!

8. What makes a good coffee and why do people come to your café?

Danny: Nice, fresh and strong coffee we use Campos which is roasted here in Australia. We use the coffee beans between 10 and 20 days from roasting as that’s when it is freshest! We also go to the local markets for all our food and produce so everything is free range and organic as we want to provide the freshest for our customers.


Thanks for having us Danny and we hope you love your Gillie and Marc print! 🙂


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Beautiful signed limited edition prints BY GILLIE AND MARC

Hot off the press!

Gillie and Marc’s paintings are now available as beautiful gyclee prints in a range of different sizes.

For a short time (starting today and ending May 31st) Gillie and Marc are offering these prints at 20% off.

Square Size:
210 x 210mm – $210 (now $168)
297 x 297mm – $290 (now $232)
420 x 420mm – $420 (now $336)
594 x 594mm – $620 (now $496)

Rectangular size:
A3 – 420 x 297mm – $290 (now $232)
A2 – 594 x 420mm – $420 (now $336)
A1 – 841 x 594mm – $620 (now $496)

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They have created a ‘Traveller’ series of prints as well as a ‘Lost Dog’ series and the colours are just spectacular!


Whether you want a small one as a beautiful gift or maybe a large one to fill that huge wall you have at home.


Love, travel, exploration and fun – these prints are perfect for any occasion!


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These gorgeous prints will soon be made into single greeting cards and card packs as well.


Gillie and Marc’s lost dog fibre glass sculptures are now available in lots of beautiful colours and can be commissioned as paintings or bought as beautiful prints.

We can also organise professional framing at very reasonable prices so please email us at to purchase or find out more info!




Hope to hear from you soon!


Crab Riders move to Lake Macquarie

Our Crab riders are moving to their new home at Lake Macquarie in the Hunter Valley in NSW! They will be situated close to the stunning beaches and salt lake that Lake Macquarie offer to their many visitors and happy locals.


There are three crabs with only two riders, so that’s where you pop on top and go for a ride on the third one! Join Dogman and Rabbitgirl by the sea and get your photo taken with some of Australia’s most beautiful, interactive bronze sculptures.

The sculptures measure;

Dogman on crab L215xW270xH236cm 450kgs

Rabbitgirl on crab L200xW230xH240cm 350kgs

Small crab L160xW210xH110cm 245kgs

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Dogman and Rabbitgirl are looking forward to their new home being at Lake Macquarie. Watch this space to check out the new location!



If you see them, send us your photos, we’d love to see them!

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‘Happy birthday Mr President’ is the latest beautiful bronze created by Gillie and Marc.



These sculptures are currently outside Frances Keevil Gallery in Double Bay, Sydney.

Make sure you go and get your photo taken with Miss Monroe by the paparazzi dog while this beautiful weather sticks around!




On the weekend, Gillie and Marc headed to the Riverina town of West Wyalong to uncover one of their latest projects…

WestWylong_roadInfluential Australian artist Russell Drysdale became an iconic figure after painting a series of landscapes of drought-ravaged 1940s New South Wales. Drysdales painting “West Wyalong” is  recreated in bronze by Gillie and Marc for the town as a 3D version.

“This interactive sculpture is placed on the street at the exact angle Drysdale painted from,” says Gillie. “We’ve recreated the streetscape, only it is more than double the original size. It’s a real landmark for West Wyalong.”

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(Drysdales original painting ‘West Wyalong’, 1949).

Click here if you want to see the interview of the artists and the uncovering of the magnificent bronze sculpture for the town.


Gillie and Marc’s exhibition in Federation Square is now installed!

Transport yourself to the African savanna by visiting a stunning trio of bronze rhinos in the Square.

Following their hugely popular ‘Paparazzi Dogs’ exhibition, public artists Gillie and Marc return to Fed Square with another collection of inspiring sculptures.

Titled ‘Run for your Life’, the work features three magnificent rhino sculptures that invite the public to be part of their run for freedom and life. This remarkable installation brings the call of the wild to the city and to the people of Melbourne who already have a strong moral and environmental concern. Nearly 700 rhinos have been killed in South Africa in 2013 making it the bloodiest year yet for rhino poaching. Gillie and Marc’s sculptures hope to raise public awareness of the plight of rhino species in the wild. Now critically endangered, rhinos desperately need the active involvement of everyone to save their lives. Gillie and Marc hope everyone who sets foot in Fed Square can feel a connection to the three sculptures that spell out the rhinos future.

Gillie and Marc’s Dogman and Rabbitgirl characters have taken charge of the trio – save them if you can or take a ride if you dare! But be careful to hold on tight and make sure someone holds you if you’re small! Rhinos love the warm water and their surfaces get hot so please be cautious when touching them.

The bronze rhinos are the latest public works to be commissioned by Fed Square’s Creative Program.

Come to Fed Square and ride along with the majestic creatures as they run for their life!

Where: The Square
When: 6 January – 14 March, daily, 24 hours
Price: Free
More info:

Photo’s Below: Run For your Life, Federation Square Exhibit by Gillie and Marc http://www.gillieandmarc…. Photography by William Watt 1

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