To be honest[and I think I’ve said it before, it took me awhile for Kaffeine to grow on me, having run into a number of her abandoned pieces in my travels, I think seeing this artist work is better in person and on a large scale, then in a smaller/gallery like atmosphere. When you see … Read more
Sometimes photo’s just end up coming out really good, this is one of those cases, with Kaffeine’s ghostly figure matching this very eery atmosphere. Northcote Kaffeine
Two great street artists standing side by side here in a building in Northcote, two different styles, but stuck in black and white. Kaffeine – Biro
This is some pretty solid work by Melbourne Kaff-eine down in Brunswick, this is probably my favourite piece of there’s due to the scale. I think sometimes, the artist that do street art style work specifically often make work too thats consitantly small, it’s nice to see someone going that little bit bigger then usual. … Read more
This is probably one of my favourite Kaffeine pieces that I’ve seen, who really knows what that space used to be, a toilet, change room or shower? Either way, the artist has put something out there that probably looks better then anything that’s gone in. Northcote Kaffeine
Nice little hide and seek style paste up by Kaff-Eine in Brunswick, although this is great in its location and size, I’d love to see these type of works been done a MASSIVE scale similar to Drab. Nice work either way by Kaff-Eine.
Kaffeine throwin’ up for the boys in Brunswick, just kidding, but I think the crew they’ve chucked is pretty bad arse anyway with the usual Kaffeine flair. Kaffeine
This Urban Cake Lady looks like it was starting to deteriorate or be pulled apart, but Kaffeine has come to rescue to protect and guard it. Melbourne