AC/DC Lane Plea – Makatron
Whenever you see something like this, always remember to look closer. AC/DC Lane Stabs
Ruskidd is a local street artist who has really been carving himself a nice body of work as of late. Usually up with S-701A [seen here], the young painter has recently been moving his bears from the outdoor to the inner reaches of Melbourne’s most prestigious gallery spaces. AC/DC Lane Ruskidd
Nufevah and Braddock side by side here in AC/DC Lane although these weren’t painted together, you have to wonder what other great combo’s could be buried under Melbourne’s layer upon layered walls.
Reka up high and with some massive style points here in AC/DC Lane. Reka
Now this is the kind of street art I like, thought provoking and something anyone can enjoy, it looks pretty damn cool too! If you’re gonna paste something up, you may aswell make it something worth looking at. AC/DC Lane
Heesco and Prizm here bringing the jungle to Melbourne’s concrete streets and while I’d prefer the real thing, this is nearly just as good. AC/DC Lane Prizm – Heesco
Phibs’ style is amazing, it can literally suit any forms, whether it be characters, letters or religious paraphernalia. AC/DC Lane Phibs
You know, seeing a nice handstyle is always a very pretty site, but sometimes you just have to stand back and see how it was done, this kind of work is a real art in tagging. AC/DC Lane Reka
This is one evil looking piece in AC/DC Lane, it’s one of those ones thats a little confusing to look at, but it all gels together and works to results which speak for themselves.