Hall of Fame

AGDA and Spicers Paper are proud to welcome Martin Sharp to the Hall of Fame.

Martin Sharp


Image: Martin Sharp 2009, courtesy © Daniel Boud

Martin Sharp (1942-2013)

Artist, art director, cartoonist, poster-artist, songwriter, film-maker, collaborator, agitator. Through graphic work and paintings, Martin Sharp is recognised as Australia's foremost pop artist. In his own work and that of many collaborations, Sharp was committed to social and cultural change. He wanted to make the world a happier place.

From an intense scribbler he became a wonderful drawer, collagist and colourist who experimented with a range of media. His creative skill can be seen in the weaving of words and images to form active, almost animated spaces. He also championed iconic artists and Australian graphic history.

Martin Sharp AM was born in Sydney in 1942. His family included industrialists, doctors, politicians and art lovers. For most of his life he lived and worked in Wirian, a grand 1920s home in Bellevue Hill, which he inherited from his grandparents while in his 20s.

Read more on the AGDA Website

AGDA would also like to thank the Hall of Fame committee — Mimmo Cozzolino, Graham Rendoth and Rita Siow — for their time and their tireless work. 
View Menu


Forgot Awards PIN

What is my Awards Pin?

Your Awards PIN is not the same as your Membership password. Upon creation it is your email address, but you will be prompted to change it to a 4 digit PIN upon first login.


Register to become a Website member and/or complete your registration to become an official AGDA member.

Find out more

Lapsed Members / New Members

If you have just renewed your membership, or have joined for the first time please allow 1 business day for your login to be enabled.

If you have any difficulties or have more questions regarding login, please check out FAQs