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OKSEP street art may still be found around Melbourne’s streets and lane-ways. His work is extremely dark and somewhat disturbing. He has borrowed upon Wild Man and has re-imagined it with one of his dark and ghostly characters, grasping him … Continue reading
Street artist Stanislava Pinchuk (aka Miso) creates life-size hand-drawn paste-up projects. Most of her work deals with story-telling myths and folklore. Her work shows influence from her Ukrainian upbringing and eastern European folk and craft traditions. She is often inspired … Continue reading
[Above:] Some examples found around Brunswick, Fitzroy, Collingwood and Melbourne CBD areas over a period of time from 2007-2017. Street artist, cartoonist, muralist and general creative artist, David Booth aka Ghostpatrol has travelled the world painting and pasting his art … Continue reading
ECHIDNA: ARGYLE ST. FITZROY, (MELBOURNE), SQUIRREL – This large squirrel piece is on the side of Blue Bottle Coffee , 160 Berry Street, Brooklyn, New York. Street artist ROA (born c.a. 1976) is a world-wide known street art muralist from Ghent, Belgium … Continue reading
Swoon is a Brooklyn based street artist who uses paste-ups or wheaties for street art exhibits. Caledonia Dance Curry, (aka Swoon) was born in 1978 in New London, Connecticut and raised in Daytona Beach, Florida. She studied painting at the … Continue reading
US street artist Shepard Fairey created a poster for Luc Besson’s film, “The Lady“, which focused on the life of Burmese pro-democracy activist Aung San Suu Kyi who was born 19 June 1945. The image is based on his previous work … Continue reading