Category Archives: StreetArt

Sporadic Braddock | Is Hardly Nomadic

Michael Fikaris (aka Braddock) is an Australian multidisciplinary artist whose career has spanned nearly 20 years including street art. Initially a central figure in both Melbourne’s comic book and street art movements since 2003, Braddock has expanded his oeuvre into … Continue reading

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One Man’s Junk is Another Man’s Treasure

Junky Projects is the street art contribution of refound items created by Daniel Lynch (born 1977). Lynch is a contemporary artist based in Melbourne and working in multiple media using waste and recycled materials as the principle material for his … Continue reading

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Don’t Be Put Off By Putos

Putos is a graffiti / street artist from Melbourne who loves painting dragons, dogs, lions, rhinos, hippos, gators, tentacled sea creatures and any other creature that comes to mind or suits the wall.Putos is an expert with tones, shades and … Continue reading

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I’ve Been Itching to Show You These for Some Time

Inkbomb Studios is the online manifestation of Bryan Itch, or “Itch“, a melbourne-based illustrator and street artist with a diverse skill set drawn from experience in an array of oil and acrylic painting, aerosol street art murals, animated motion graphics, tattooing and … Continue reading

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Never Debate the Art of DVATE

DVATE (born 1981) is a Melbourne graffiti street artist and professional artist since 2009.  He uses spray paint and acrylic to paint large scale works. DVATE has developed and varied his own unique street art font and has created amazing … Continue reading

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Heesco | Paradiso – How Could He Be So

Heesco Khosnaran (Real name: Khürelbaataryn Khosnaran) is an impressive photo realistic portrait street artist. Born in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, Heesco moved to Melbourne, Australia in 2010 and has painted various artworks around the city and in the wider arena. Drawing since … Continue reading

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Get Your Kaff-eine Kick Here Now

Katie ‘Kaff-eine‘ (born 1972) from Melbourne is a female street artist and former lawyer, horse-riding instructor and tree-lopper. Kaff-eine began mostly with black and white paste-ups back in 2009 and now spreads her free hand stories in colour painting with … Continue reading

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The Giants of Baby Guerilla

Baby Guerilla studied oil painting and completed a Fine Arts Degree at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne. Her artwork can be found at the National Gallery of New South Wales and in many other galleries and collections. … Continue reading

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Lil’ Red Ridin’ Hood or Urban Cake Lady?

After having moved to Melbourne, Australia from Nelson, New Zealand in 2007, not much is known about the mysterious and elusive Urban Cake Lady. The only information I could find was from an interview to fellow street-artist Facter 10 years … Continue reading

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The Credo of Guido

Guido Van Helten is street artist and muralist from Brisbane who travels the world painting large scale photo-realistics. His portraits can be found everywhere from a restricted zone in Chernobyl to his largest work; a monochrome mural depicting four farmers … Continue reading

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Framing Heck | The Hijinks of skr3am and Jinks1

  skr3am and Jinks1 of Redlight Studio have created a number of framed street art images across Melbourne, using pictures of famous icons. So far, the likenesses of ’60s fashion icons such as Twiggy and Jean Shrimpton have graced the … Continue reading

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This is why Maka’s is so popular…

Mike Maka or Makatron (born 1979) is a well known Australian street artist and painter easily recognised by his large scale murals inspired by mechanical machinery, flora and fauna.  Maka uses a mix of aerosol and acrylic water-based paints, whilst … Continue reading

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When Art Begins to Imitate Art

Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675) was a famous Dutch Baroque period artist who died at a veritable young age of 43 years; but managed to produce 34 quality paintings during his short career. Vermeer was known to paint slowly, touching and polishing … Continue reading

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Born Free | To Be Free

  Be Free is a street artist who began her street art in September, 2010. She uses stencils and free flowing acrylics for installations and street painting and pasting adventures around Melbourne; which she is slowly introducing around the world. … Continue reading

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Suki’s Anything But Kookie

Suki moved to Melbourne starting out in street art with small lino print paste-ups and then progressing to bigger pieces. Suki is inspired by traditional Asian wood block prints, brown-paper fabric and yarn. Suki is a street artist from Melbourne … Continue reading

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