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.
The 9XL Team putting some work in with this all roller fill, while spray paint is the most commonly used in graffiti, house paint is its under appreciated hero. When you’ve got no tins, always check mum and dad’s shed for paint. Abbostford
I actually took this photo a long ways ago when I was taking flicks with no blogging intention, its also one of my favourite pieces from Frits, it’s so buttery smooth and I haven’t seen letters like it since. Abbotsford
An oldie but a goodie from some of Melbourne’s best in the Fly Crew here. I really like how this wall has everything surrounding in it, the blue sky background, brick wall, dirt, grass and of course, Flies! iKool – Skary – Histoe Abbotsford
This wall went from featuring the biggest paste up in Australia, to being another place for writers to bomb… and pretty quickly too. These two quickies from Order and Damsl are a nice little, midly colourful, addition to a wall that is basically black and white. Abbotsford
I love graffiti and I’m certainly not afraid to jump and fence or two to see some, but some pieces are just too hard to get in the middle of the day, so unfortunately you’re going to have to see this Snuf burner like this. Abbotsford
Stabs hitting both sides of this roller door in Abbotsford, it doesn’t seem there’s a tool Stab hasn’t used in his ‘street career’ yet, could this one have been done with Ironlak’s new Ghettoo Blaster cap?
I was hear that one of the best things about Melbourne’s graffiti scene is that you can leave for months, even years, and still find pieces untouched across the city. The rooftops across the [now] South Morang/Hurstbridge [former Epping] Line is a good example, with a number of rooftops still featuring a bunch of work … Read more
Some pieces are just too hard to get to, if only camera’s could match the eye… Abbotsford 9XL