Big dope chunky letters by Suny here in Brunswick, just look at this thing, proof that graffiti is better then blank walls.
When this guy puts up wet paint, it stays on the Internet. Brunswick
Bulk with a piece filled with colour here in Brunswick, I wouldn’t call this a capping, but I like how to piece behind it doubles up as a pretty nice background. Also, note Bailers hate of his own piece, “worst piece this decade”, haha! Layers.
Deams with, what I’m assuming, is an experimental piece of his out in Brunswick. It’s pretty interesting to look at considering that his work usually consist of round/soft objects and animals.
MRs Yuk up in the clouds of Brunswick here, you can’t go passed work like this that is just so clean and precise, shows you what years of getting up can produce.
I rarely post an image of capping, but this one still makes sense while holding a bit of irony too. Plus, you should never take capping seriously if they didn’t leave a name. Brunswick Lush
Sleek by name, sleek by nature. Brunswick
Sailer with a pretty mean bunch of letters here in Brunswick, roller doors are a favourite of mine as it frames pieces pretty nicely, making it a particular type of space usage, no matter what name you’re chucking up. \
Another KSA crew member here in Armed with a piece in Brunswick, there’s no point talking about the impact and style these guys have had on Melbourne, its everywhere you find graffiti.
Lench with a wicked piece here in Brunswick, you’ve really gotta give it up to a guy who can piece a bunch of letters together like no other, then produce a clean piece like this to boot.