MEGGS – NEW MURAL MELBOURNE

David Hooke, AKA Meggs, is back living in Melbourne and recently painted this 25 metre mural on the outskirts of the city in Croydon. “I grew up in Croydon North so it feels good to now have a large public piece in the area I spent my childhood. This mural is inspired by the beauty

Coverage: Kaws Museum Exhibition At NGV Melbourne

Earlier today, Kaws opened his new museum exhibition at NGV Melbourne. Take a look at all the exclusive images by Dean Sunshine below.

PHLEGM for Provocare Melbourne

UK street artist Phlegm was just in Melbourne, commissioned by the Chapel Street Precinct Association as part of the PROVOCARÉ Festival Of The Arts. John Lotton from CSPA spent two and half years planning this project, choosing the right artist, and locating the right wall for a large mural with a vision to become a landmark piece

Heesco and Mayo for The Hive Melbourne

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

Heesco for World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards – Melbourne

Melbourne based street artist Heesco was commissioned by Visit Victoria to paint five portraits for the World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards which are held in London every year but this year, the massive event was brought to Melbourne.  In just three and a half days the Mongolian born artist completed all five artworks in Chin Chin lane in

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

Adnate paints the Dalai Lama in Melbourne

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

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