Wonderwalls Festival – Wollongong, Australia

Returning for its 5th instalment, Wonderwalls Festival recently hit Wollongong with a mass of aerosol cans and litres of paint covering the walls with art. With a total of thirty one walls painted across town over the span of three days, there was no shortage action or colour. With live murals smashed out by… 45RPM, BEASTMAN, CHERIE BUTTONS,

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

Coverage: RONE “Empty” solo exhibition in Melbourne

RONE started leaving his mark on Melbourne’s streets and laneways back in 2004 around the time the infamous Everfresh Studios began. Over the last decade, his career has skyrocketed and he is now one of those highly sought after street artists, nearly always travelling to the next street art festival or off to paint a massive mural on the

Coverage: “The Art Of Banksy” in Melbourne, Australia

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

“Grandparents” by Smug in Melbourne

Glasgow-based muralist SMUG recently finished this stunning mural in the centre of Melbourne’s business district. The four storey mural on a former power station features the artist’s grandparents in his signature photo realistic style and took a bit longer to complete with the wet and wild weather conditions. If you are in the area and wish

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

Preston Fresh Hood in Melbourne, Australia

Last week fourteen artists came together to completely makeover an old food market in the northern suburbs of Melbourne that had been disused and empty for over two years. Our very own Dean Sunshine organised the project via The Space Agency, taking on board Duke (who recently held the inaugural Meeting of Styles Melbourne) to help

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