Lush’s “Celebrity Takeover” in Hosier Lane, Melbourne

What an interesting week it’s been for Melbourne street art. Soon after the snapchat fight between Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and Taylor Swift, went viral, Melbourne artist LUSH whipped up a controversial memorial piece to Swift in Hosier lane, with the face updated with a character and text changed to Harambe, and then yet again altered – this time with Kanye’s

“Otters” by Smug in Melbourne, Australia

Smug painted the otters wall before he started working on the four storey Grandparents mural in Melbourne. Story goes that the day after it was completed, a less talented person with a spray can decided to cap the whole piece creating heated arguments on social media about the ongoing battle between street art and graffiti on Melbourne’s streets

ROA – Hic Svnt Dracones (Here Be Dragons) – Melbourne 2016

I first actually met ROA at the Outpost Project in Sydney back in 2011. We had a brief exchange as he was up high on a scissor lift painting a large mural across the whole side of a building. In 2012, he came to Melbourne, created the controversial solo exhibition Carrion, visited Healesville Sanctuary and painted a few incredible pieces (video here) and before

We Want You, To Write For StreetArtNews!

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Eastland Urban Art Project in Melbourne

Over a six month period in Ringwood on the outskirts of Melbourne, nine female street artists were chosen from across Australia and abroad to paint nine large works of art at the newly renovated Eastland development.   These were the street artists involved: 23rd Key who painted the largest stencil artwork ever painted in Australia, Baby Guerilla who

“Miso, Bianca & Hana” by Rone in Melbourne, Australia

Rone has just completed a new mural on the streets of Melbourne just in time for International Women’s Day. The piece features three local female artists , Miso otherwise known as Stanislava Pinchuk, Bianca Chang and Hana Davies. Famous for his sumptuous paintings of glamorous women, in particular an often recurring image of his so-called Jane Doe,

REKA “Luna Eclipse” Limited Edition Screen Print – Available Now

Our friend REKA first started as a graffiti artist in the 1990s, moving to street art including large murals later. He has already exhibited his work in many countries, in Denmark, France or the United States, and created many murals across the world, from Australia to Canada through London, New York, Berlin or Milan. His work

Ana Maria “Drowned Kingdom” Limited Edition Screen Print – Available September 24th

JUSTKIDS and StreetArtNews are proud to present “Drowned Kingdom”, a brand new limited edition screen-print by Ana Maria which was created last summer during her stop in Turin for the JUSTKIDS Euro Tour which took her around several European cities to paint murals.Produced during her week long residency with Mission To Art and Street Alps, a