Category Archives: StreetArtists

TWOONE is a Hungry Animal

Contemporary artist Hiroyasu Tsuri (also known as TWOONE the Street Artist) was born on 26 February 1985 in Yokohama, Japan. His work consists of painting, sculpture, installation, performance art and sound; and in his street art he is known for … Continue reading

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When Art Imitates Street Art

One of street artist Rone’s “Jane Doe’s” pastes is featured in this work ‘Under the Arts Centre‘ by Melbourne -based artist Eolo Paul Bottoro! Eolo Paul Bottaro’s artistic career spans over 20 years of creative practice. Bottaro operates within the … Continue reading

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Rone’s Grown | From Jane Doe’s to Top Studios

Street artist Rone (real name Tyrone Wright) (born 1980), is an internationally renowned artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Rone grew up in the Geelong suburb of Curlewis on the Bellarine Peninsula in Victoria. A keen skateboarder, he did a two … Continue reading

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Three Cheers for EARS | For ‘EARS a Jolly Good Fellow

Sydney-based artist Daniel O’Toole aka street artist EARS is known for his fragmented and fractured faces presented in an almost Cubist art form. Many of his works can be seen in Sydney or Melbourne, often recognisable by the thin-lined, patterned … Continue reading

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Here’s a good part of some CDH art

  CDH art has been around for 20 years, starting his street art creatives around 2000/2001. Working mostly alone, CDH’s interest came from his admiration with the street art of San Francisco. He uses anything and everything from paste-ups, aerosol, … Continue reading

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What to See by Lucy Lucy

Meet Street Artist Lucy Lucy who came to Melbourne from Paris, France. Lucy (born 1983) has been  living in Melbourne for many years and is known for her paintings and pastes of gorgeous females. She also loves fashion and fabrics, … Continue reading

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Here’s a Plug for Smug

Smug or Smug One (aka Sam Bates) is an Australian born photo-realistic contemporary street artist now residing in Glasgow, Scotland.  Born in 1982, he grew up in a small town in New South Wales about three hours from its capital, … Continue reading

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Straker | The Image Breaker

Straker / Drew Straker aka ‘The Muralist’ is an  internationally recognized aerosol street artist from Perth, Western Australia (WA). Born in the suburb of Subiaco, Drew is the youngest of three boys. A keen skateboarder, he began his graffiti skills … Continue reading

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Loadz of Potential Here

Nathan Loader aka LOADZ is an Australian street artist. Originally from Townsville in Queensland, he now lives in Melbourne, Victoria. LOADZ’s artwork and painting show bold, colourful kooky spliffy, ‘bent edge’ characters and nebulous reptilian graffiti fonts. His work is … Continue reading

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Here’s a Chunk of Drewfunk

Born in Malaysia, well-known street artist Drewfunk currently resides in Melbourne and has also lived in Sydney, Australia. After moving to Australia in 2006, Drew studied art at RMIT University in Melbourne. His interest in street art began in 2002, … Continue reading

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UNeeda Shida Fix?

Mik Shida aka Shida (b. 1990) is an Australian artist, specialising in large-scale murals, painting, sculpture, video work and installation. In 2004, as a teenager, he began experimenting with street art in northern New South Wales.These days Shida lives in … Continue reading

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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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