Melbourne based street artist Heesco was commissioned by Visit Victoria to paint five portraits for the World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards which are held in London every year although this year the massive event was in Melbourne. In just three and a half days the Mongolian born artist completed all five artworks in Chin Chin lane in […]
I recently supplied a list of Melbourne murals to Vogue. The brief was to show a range of different street art which were still available for anyone to go and track down and see for themselves in reality and in context… see the article and all thirty two murals here http://www.vogue.com.au/culture/features/galleries/melbourne+street+art+map,41820
Bailer (ID crew) is hustling like crazy in Melbourne right now and for this production brings together a great line-up including Heesco, Jorz, Knock, Retayner, Sigs, Adnate, Ling and DEM189 for an awesome lane takeover in the Paris end of the city…..
this is what you get after you spend four months working on an epic fifty metre wall by the tracks, get some of Melbourne’s finest street artists and graffiti writers together, and let them loose to do what they do best. big ups to Transurban for the wall and Loop Colours and Duke for the paint!
Fourteen Melbourne based artists were each commissioned to paint a panel to be displayed outside The Art of Banksy – with a plan to sell them all and raise money for charity when the exhibition finishes in January 2017. The funds raised through the online auction will be split between two Melbourne charities – STREAT […]
I was contacted about The Art Of Banksy exhibition coming to Melbourne a while ago, and I had mixed emotions. It was not authorised but at the same time all the eighty original artworks were sold by Banksy himself thus creating a secondary market for his works. I was assured there were no pieces in […]
I was approached by The Space Agency to arrange some artists to paint an old building at the Preston market that had been disused and empty for two years. With the help of Duke who had just finished the the inaugural Meeting of Styles Melbourne, the site was prepared, buffed (with the generous support of […]
This was such an awesome project – over one hundred artists came together to paint in an old timber mill to help raise funds for local charities – organised by Arianna Leane, Alex McCulloch and Ken McGregor. Check the news article here and some videos here and here
I am so proud to be part of the Melbourne street art and graffiti scene. Street art festivals in other cities rely on money from local councils and corporations whilst here in Melburn the whole community gets together and generously gives time, effort, money, skills and artwork for a greater cause. Last week saw the Paterson Project happen with the […]