Video: Isolated
May 10, 2020
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One artists video request results in 37 artists answering from all over the world The urban contemporary artist and photographer Falk Lehmann – whos alias AKUT is well known as a photorealistic painter in the street art and graffiti scene as founder of the legendary German graffiti collective Ma’Claim and one part of the artistic…
Adnate paints the Dalai Lama in Melbourne
February 6, 2017
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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…
Coverage: “The Art Of Banksy” in Melbourne, Australia
October 11, 2016
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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…
Adnate and Swaze collaborate in Melbourne
April 4, 2016
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Before Adnate started painting incrdible realistic portraits all over the globe, he was a young graffiti writer in Melbourne following the works being created for Meeting Of Styles, an European aerosol festival that started in 2002. The event was recently held in Melbourne for the first time with over 200 artists painting around the city and in…
Adnate & Plea collaborate on a new piece in Melbourne, Australia
October 29, 2015
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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…
Adnate creates a new piece in Arnhem Land, Australia
August 6, 2015
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Adnate just finished working on this beautiful piece which was painted in Arnhem Land, a remote part of Australia at an Australian Indigenous Cultural festival called Garma. The little girl pictured below is the model thatt was painted on the left, who is part of the Yolngu Clan. The man on the right is her Grandfather,…
Rone, Adnate, Askew One, Guido Van Helten & Mayonaize collaborate on a new mural in Melbourne
April 12, 2015
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Rone, Adnate, Askew One, Guido Van Helten And Mayonaize came together recently to collaborate on a new project in Melbourne’s inner suburb of Collingwood.  The walls of the power station have long been bombed with street art and graffiti with the local council regularly buffing them with a dull orange colour. Now with the council’s permission,…
Adnate creates a new mural in Benalla, Australia for Wall To Wall
April 1, 2015
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Adnate is back in Australia where he was invited by the Wall To Wall Street Art Festival to work on a new piece on the streets of Benalla, a small city located on the Broken River in the High Country north-eastern region of Victoria.Painting next to RONE, the Australian artist spent a few days up high…
AWOL Crew paints a new mural in Melbourne, Australia
March 27, 2015
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AWOL Crew recently spent four days painting the entire side of a large building at Fountain Gate in Melbourne’s outer suburbs. The crew consists of Adnate, Slicer, Lucy Lucy, Deams and Itch all of which have their own diverse painting styles making their large scale murals unique.Aaron Li-Hill is also part of AWOL although he…
Coverage: Paterson Project in Melbourne, Australia
March 18, 2015
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Recently in Melbourne, Australia, the street art and graffiti community all worked together and generously gave time, effort, money, skills and artwork for a greater cause – to raise money for the Royal Children’s Hospital.  Over 120 artists including RONE or Adnate, painted three floors inside the historical Paterson building in Smith Street Collingwood days…