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The Greens

Unwell Bunny and Mysterious Al here with some renditions of iconic proportions, who do you think would win this one? Batty or Frank? Unwell Bunny – Mysterious Al Richmond

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Mysteriously Unwell

Mysterious Al and Unwell Bunny here in Fitzroy, you can’t pass up clean precise work like this and my favourite section would have to be the mini bunny popping out between the fingers, really nice stuff.

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Mysterious Bunny

Unwell Bunny and Msyterious Al art two artists with a solid style mixed with a psychedelia twist. Finding either of their pieces is like walking into a  friendly monsters from your favourite hallucinogenic trips bursting with colourful flavour to boot. Richmond Mysterious Al – Unwell Bunny

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INTERVIEW // Safehouse: DangerFork

If you haven’t heard of them yet, DangerFork is a boutique independent screen printing service run out of Melbourne’s Safehouse studio by super husband and wife team Chris Drummond and Megan Quigley. Having produced some of the top, most appropriately priced prints for some of Melbourne’s best street and graffiti artists for a year now,…

Mysterious Al x DangerFork

Mysterious Al and DangerFork are teaming up to release a very limited duo of prints on their online shop tomorrow. Get in while its hot, as not only do they look great, but they definately won’t last for long. Subscribe to the DangerFork emailing list to find out when drops like this happen. Union Lane…

Franken Al

Speaking of Mysterious Al, here’s a nice Frankenstein character he put up in Union Lane not too long ago, Frankenstein is probably one of the most iconic movie characters in history, yet it feels that he’s been untouched in the world of graffiti. Would be pretty cool to see more of him around town, but…