Treas delivery some world class graffiti to The Croft Alley here in the CBD, there’s literally so much going on here, I’m not even going to attempt to start talking about it.
It pretty much goes with out saying that Does is a bit of style wizard, when it comes to graffiti. While his work looks pretty amazing, even from a distance, it’s always worth getting up close and person with a piece to see all the details the naked eye may miss from afar. The Croft…
I ended up missing all the shenanigans this party brought to the tiny Croft Alley, but have seen a ton of flicks of all the great artwork and I should be sharing mine soon. In the meantime, check out this video, once again by EdInFocus.
Chalk this date up into your calander, should be a ton of fun. The Croft Institute
Adnate continues to blaze Melbourne up with his incredible portraits across the city, this piece has always confused me though, I can never tell if its a man or a women. Croft Alley Adnate
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
Don’t mistaken this stuff as a throw away artform, think about how long it would take for you to write in the style. Croft Alley
Woah! This is a real old [dare I say, "vintage"...?] paste up by Rone here, whats even more surprising is that its in the Croft Alley, a place where a lot of stuff doesn’t last anywhere near this long. Still looks great! Rone
Very cool almost tribal looking piece here in the Croft Alley, Melbourne. One of my favourite things about this piece is how the artist has blended the teeth with some lettering, really nice work.
Every time I see an ELK stencil, I’m just flabbergasted, its simply amazing how intricate these can get. Definately one of the few times where I think even an artist with a brush and other materials would find it as difficult to recreate imagery like this, amazing. Melbourne ELK