“End of Spring” – RONE – Timed Print Release

Following his incredible solo show earlier this year, beau of the Melbourne art scene and all-round good guy Rone has dropped a timeless, timed print release in his classic style. With Rone’s print prices sky-rocketing to upwards of AUD$1800 for his newest direction of small-run archival photographic prints, he’s dropped this print with the smaller

RONE The Omega Project Melbourne

Rone has just launched The OMEGA Project and totally transformed a quaint abandoned house in Melbourne into a temporary exhibition only open for viewing for just seven days before being demolished. Seven female portraits appear like ghosts – one in each room, inviting the onlooker to leave their reality and immerse themselves in the immediate surroundings

RONE The Alpha Project Melbourne

Our good friend RONE recently launched The Alpha Project – a cluster of four massive portrait murals painted secretly over three months in an large abandoned paper mill due for demolition. In an nearby building, another smaller portrait is visible surrounded by rubble in a scene resembling a war zone not inner suburban Melbourne. The murals were

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

“Emma” by RONE in Gothenburg, Sweden

RONE just finished working on what is now the tallest mural of Sweden on the streets of Gothenburg for the ArtScape Festival. Entitled “Emma”, the Australian artist created this beautiful monochrome portrait of a local young chef. Specializing with painting portraits on wall, RONE has been beautifying the streets all over the world with his

RONE in Nashville, Tennessee

Australian artist RONE was recently in Tennessee where he was invited by a Street Art Festival to create a new mural in Nashville. Tyrone Wright aka RONE has long been a fixture of Melbourne’s street art scene. His most famous image, the Jane Doe portrait, is one of the definitive images of the stencil explosion that

“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,

“Edge Of Your Seat”, a new mural by RONE in Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne street artist RONE paints another massive mural on a new hotel based in the Docklands, Melbourne. The piece is his first permanent commission and sits opposite Etihad stadium, a large venue where Australian rules football is played. He chose not to feature any blokes but instead painted two passionate female fans. The mural took over 200