Eight of my recent photographs along with notes and comments about paste-ups, aerosol pieces, street art sculpture, stencils, stickers and yarn bombing that I’ve seen on the street in the last couple of the months.
Walking around Coburg I spotted Chromatovore putting up this paste up; he was pushing a baby buggy containing his two kids and paste-up materials. Excellent placement and a cool way for a busy dad to do street art.
Thanks for the ‘warning’ Whop Taps (also in Coburg). Do people read? Do people think?
Although these funky sci-fi street art sculptures (there are two of them) are hanging on the railway Ansty Station in Brunswick they have not been removed by the railway staff.
A great aerosol piece in Brunswick – this skull wears the crown. Along the Upfield bike path just up from Brunswick Station, next to a very old face by Mic.
Stencils in Hosier Lane by PD027. You don’t see that many stencils around Melbourne anymore.
Radical cross-stitch and yarn bombing by Yarnonymous. I hope that the Australian government is convicted for their crimes of against humanity.
Inviting comments on Gertrude Street, Fitzroy: “Before I die I want to…” I assume that the cafe provided the chalk.
I have to ask is this old piece in Collingwood a portrait of Geoff Newton, the director of Neon Parc gallery, because if it isn’t then we have found his long lost twin.
November 19th, 2014 at 1:27 PM
I also hope that the Australian government is convicted for their crimes of against humanity. But it isn’t going to happen. Did you hear this morning that the Minister, Scott Morrison, cut off access to Australia for refugees who registered in Indonesia?
November 19th, 2014 at 2:35 PM
Yes, I heard about this latest incoherent declaration by the accused Scott Morrison. I should have posted the other work by Yarnonymous, it read “Act your rage”.
November 20th, 2014 at 9:29 AM
Thanks for the round up. Lots of great work out there. Good on Yarnonmymous.
November 20th, 2014 at 7:32 PM
Thanks for posting, Mark. It shows how much diversity there is in Melbourne street art offerings!!
November 20th, 2014 at 8:50 PM
You’re welcome James. I was amazed at the diversity, I didn’t choose them for diversity, it just came out that way after looking at my photos over the last couple of months.
January 17th, 2016 at 8:43 PM
Where is the skull crown art exactly?
January 17th, 2016 at 9:59 PM
Back of building on a carpark off Ballarat St in Brunswick by the railway line bike path.