LONDON EVENT // Alex Partola ‘Ghost In The Machine’ Book Launch and Photography Exhibition @ Studio 74, London
Those who have been following this blog for some time now would know that I rarely post about events, flicks or all of the above from outside of Melbourne, apart from video’s. But when one of your photographic heroes, in Alex Fakso, emails you about their up and coming protege’s show, well… you just have … Read more
Creas with a killer piece here in Collingwood, always love these ones that feature more colour in the outline then the fill.
The team at No One Special continues to bust out more goodies, with the latest being this uber zine pack from a number of Melbournes best. Featured in this pack of 7 are: – ‘Read it & Weep #1′ (44p colour) [Review here] – ‘Dwane BNF‘ ( 41p b&w) – ‘Apple Shift 4′ by … Read more
This is some nice old school Sync in Collingwood, the colour scheme on this one is just killer, if you ask me. I really miss these characters because they are so damn original, what planet do they come from anyway?
Pierre Llogo with a great modern day Adam & Eve love triangle here in Prahran, its kind of strange how much social media and communication has changed relationships and this piece is a perfect example of how. Pierre Lloga
Not sure who this one is by, but it’s a great addition to this, otherwise, flat truck. Seeing a truck roll through anywhere is a pretty exciting site to see, especially when it travels through the CBD… Brunswick will have to do for now though. Kald Brunswick
Three graffiti and street art king pins putting it together here for Molotow and Giant. Frame – Gent – Sabeth GIANT – Molotow Australia
A short but sweet video of Sabeth and Awes getting it done in Balaclava, just look at that thing form. All spread across corrugated metal, a roller door and bricks to boot, too good. Make sure you contact the team at 90Degree’s [link below] for any of your business or personal mural needs. 90 Degree’s
Gore, Louer and Lush side by side [kinda] here in Abbotsford, it’s always good to see your mates along your travels and as you can see here, even better to put up beside them too.
Wolfa with a nice portrait out in Heidelberg here, this just goes to show that all you need is a couple shades of colour and wall to make your paint come to life.