Everybody huddle up… Yarraville
Romeo and Sowot out in Yarraville for this one, two pretty conflicting styles side by side in some solid chrome shiners.
Shoer and Romeo going back to back on this wall out in Yarraville, it’s a good match up of styles with an interesting colour combo to boot.
I think this piece by Instant speaks for itself…. if only. Yarraville
Prix is another one of my favourite underrated Melbourne graffiti writers, I don’t know if he leaves these pieces unfinished on purpose or because of interruption though, either way these fleshed out letters need to be seen more! Yarraville
Damsl with a sloppy fill in here in Yarraville, yes it does look a bit lazy, but I think it all works and what else are you supposed to do with that left over roller paint?
Retna is one of the few writers in Melbourne who I truly think has a style of their own, that’s not knocking the rest of the scene down or anything, but from the top of my head, I can’t’think of anyone else with a style like this. Yarraville
Sometimes it doesn’t matter how good the letters look along with the colour matching, techniques and what not. Sometimes just the complete package is all you need to stand out. Yarraville Factor
Instant with another one of his signature spreads here in Yarraville, as you’d expect from this young artists the wall is full of psychedelic colour and humour making it hard to look at without blinking.
From time to time I spot a LaLa and I just can’t help but think he improves with every piece, like this one, taking on those chunky letters with a bit of disco flash in the process. Yarraville