So here we are, I honestly can’t believe its come to this but… turned 1 yesterday, thats 365 [give or take] days of documenting Melbourne’s strong street art and graffiti scene. I still never thought it would last this long and the opportunities and people I’ve met through doing it have just been the…


Creas has recently been hitting the streets a lot more as of late, but this is an oldie that has stood up for some time now. Sorry bout the fence cutting it off, but what can you do? You can see that this is still a pretty sweet burner though, nice bit of colour matching…


A great little piece here by Yowza on the Brunswick tracks, I usually find his work to bit a little messy, but this is silky, smooth and just right. Brunswick

Iceberg Alley

I always seem to forget how good Linz is at photo realistic style portraits, his pieces are usually so good you forget that he’s got so many goodies in his bag of tricks. Croft Alley

Mental Fingerprints

You can never keep a good painter down and the DMV Crew are proof of that, give them a wall and this is what you’ll get in return. This really is an astounding piece of work, forget how good it looks for a bit and think about the technique involved in creating something like this,…

Street Leagues

I unfortunately missed out on what I heard was a great show by Leagues last month, it wasn’t because I didn’t want to see it, I just didn’t know it was on! Luckily, unlike other artforms, you can find some of the artists best work out on Melbourne’s streets anyway, for example: Carlton

Love Wirds

I’m used to seeing these two love birds on a much smaller canvas in the form of A4 paste ups around town, so walking in on their date was a pleasant surprise at this scale, best leave them be though. Fairfield Psalm