Yusk Imai & Dante Horoiwa “Phantom Pain”

Melbourne’s Backwoods Gallery welcomes the return of YUSK IMAI and DANTE HOROIWA, combining their artistic talent to create a dual show, “Phantom Pain”. As they illustrate in their statement, the show is the result of studio discussions exploring a “hidden sensation”, an abstract and constant, but unidentified source of pain. The show attempts to process

Reka – “SCARLET”

Australian contemporary artist Reka returns to his hometown of Melbourne to present ‘SCARLET’, his first new solo show in 4 years. A brooding mix of Berlin nightlife, Japanese Shibari rope bondage and post-cubist figurative studies, this is one of his most mature exhibitions to date. Influenced by his graffiti background and techniques, as well as

Have You Seen The Listers?

Australian adventure painter, Anthony Lister, unveils a candid and personal insight into his life as he challenges conservative Australia, whilst battling his own demons. Watch slack-jawed as he takes on the law and loses. Stare in amazement as he fails at parenting. Clutch your pearls as he unleashes raw fury on walls and bears all

Adnate paints the Dalai Lama in Melbourne

Australian street artist and old mate ADNATE recently spent a few days painting the rear of a building in Fitzroy on the streets of Melbourne in Australia. The three storey mural features the Dalai Lama whom he met in person last year in India. He was very moved after the meeting and wanted honoured to paint

Per L’Australia / Passenger by Alice Pasquini Melbourne

Italian street artist Alice Pasquini recently visited Melbourne to paint the exterior wall of the Museo Italiano in Carlton. The large ten metre mural took seven days to complete. When asked to describe the work, this is what she had to say: “The mural is dedicated to the history of Italian emigration to Australia, inspired by the

Adnate & Plea collaborate on a new piece in Melbourne, Australia

Adnate & Plea just wrapped up their latest collaboration which took place somewhere on the streets of Melbourne in Australia.The newly formed duo went 3D with the integration of the mailbox within the design. The end-result is stunning and shows a perfect integration of Adnate’s portrait with Plea’s abstract imagery.Take a look at more images

Guido Van Helten unveils a new piece in Port Kembla, Australia

Guido Van Helten is still in Australia where he just finished a brand new portrait somewhere on the streets of Port Kembla, a suburb of Wollongong 8 km south of the CBD and part of the Illawarra region of New South Wales.The popular Australian artist & muralist created this new piece showing the face of a

Fintan Magee “The Water Carriers”, a new installation in Sydney

Fintan Magee just sent us a series of images from his newest installation which was just completed somewhere on the streets of Sydney, Australia.The image of the children is taken from a photograph from a discarded newspaper clipping. The work shows seven Syrian refugee children, at first they appear as regular children but as you