After his recent trip to New Zealand, Fin DAC made the short hop across the water to Australia where he hopes to make a few stops and paint a number of murals. The first of those stops is a return to the location of one of his most famous works. His ‘Shinka’ piece painted in
This March, FORM’s PUBLIC Silo Trail is bringing its program of street art and stories to Albany, Western Australia. Over the past three years, the trail has put regional Western Australia on the map, bringing world-class murals to grain silos, public walls and transformer boxes across the state, with artwork so far from Phlegm, Kyle Hughes-Odgers, Hense and Amok
Melbourne-based artist Callum Preston has previously been known to build life-size DeLorean’s out of wood and other junk. For his latest show, he’s built an entire milk bar (or corner shop, if you’re from the UK) from scratch, including all the products you’d expect to find inside, from cans of soft drink to top-shelf magazines.
Son of the legendary Katsuhiro Otomo – Japanese author, illustrator and creator of cult classic Anime AKIRA – Shohei Otomo is cut from the same cloth as his father. With intense concentration, he produces ballpoint drawings of semi-imagined figures and situations, blending the old guard sensibilities and pop-culture of Japan with his own dystopian take
Melbourne artists Heesco and Mayo collaborate for the first time on a notorious wall in Richmond not far from the city centre. For years there were multiple attempts to give this wall a well-needed makeover and finally, this goal was realised in just seven days in May. The aim of the project was to bring joy
Chilean artist INTI just wrapped up a large mural on the streets of Port Adelaide for the latest edition of the WonderWalls Street Art Festival which was held last month. Entitled “Our North is the South”, INTI created once again a beautiful piece of work featuring one of his signature character blended in a yellow and
Australian superstar Fintan Magee just wrapped up yet another beautiful piece of street art which is located somewhere on the streets of Brisbane in Australia. Born in Lismore NSW, the Australian artist moved to Brisbane at a young age and began drawing shortly after. Later on, he was exposed to the graffiti culture and began tagging on walls. Moving
Dutch street art duo Telmo Miel just wrapped up two new large murals on the streets of Port Adelaide and Perth in Australia. Their first piece above was painted in the precinct of the old Railway Workshops in Perth, Australia. The artwork was inspired by the area around it as the railway workshops supported thousands
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