LAND OF SUNSHINE
Documenting street art and graffiti in melbourne and beyond

I’d heard of Buff Diss years ago but we only actually met in 2015 after he returned from a stint living in Europe. We immediately hit it off and spent some time together while he painted a large wall in South Melbourne. I loved this new original style he was painting with pixellated backgrounds overlaid […]

Sometimes things turn out better than expected. This happened in 2018 when some old friends entrusted me in organising a mural for the Cameo cinema in Belgrave after doing the same for them at Lido Cinemas and at The Classic Cinema. RESIO was engaged and given complete artistic control to bring something fresh to the […]

It’s not everyday you get to meet a true street art legend but that’s exactly what happened in Sydney recently. Shepard Fairey – the man behind the “Andre the Giant has a posse” sticker campaign, the killer Obey clothing label, and the Obama “Hope” poster, was in Australia as part of Vivid Festival 2017. Whilst […]

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I got the early heads up about this mural, was sent the address, drove down, took the pic and put it up on Instagram soon after it was finished. Little did I know that the story would go viral with loads of media covering it including local TV news, as well as Vogue Australia and global sites such as MTV  ET Perez Hilton New York […]

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So after two excruciating weeks of downtime, the blog is finally back up. and just in time for the 3rd birthday To commemorate this occasion we go back to where it all began The Keith Haring mural in Collingwood, recently restored to it’s former glory.