On the outside with @nemans

Here’s the latest round up of walls and laneways in Sydney. Today’s gallery of photo’s include Skulk, Jamie Preisz, Ox King, Apeseven, Buttons, Maid, Gabriel Mello, Bones, Secret, Mike Watt, Jodee Knowles, Pudler, Sid Tapia, Guido Van Helten, Sindy Sinn, Monstery, Zap, Camo, Sofles, Phibs and more. Click below for more photos.

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On the outside with @nemans

My first round up of walls and laneways for 2016 and I’m already loving what I’m finding on the streets of Sydney. Today’s gallery of photo’s include Snarl, Sindy Sinn, Mike Watt, Apeseven, Eoin, Nico, Sid Tapia, Bones, Secret, Krispe, Gabriel Mello, Pudl, Phibs, Georgia Hill, Thomas Jackson, Teazer, Skulk, CAMO, Jieskie, Jumbo, Maid, Buttons and more. Click below for more photos.
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Event: Sunday Walls featuring Unique, Swaze and more at The Lord Gladstone – Sydney

The Good Lord‘s monthly paint jam is back once again, this month with a killer lineup of graffiti legends and music curated by the team at Big Village! Unique IBS is undoubtedly one of Sydney’s most reknown graffiti writers and has contributed alot to the scene both via his graffiti and hip hop, and Swaze SFX is a long time name in Sydney who’s style and technical ability is second to none. Get down this Sunday 14th February to The Lord Gladstone to see these guys plus more surprise guests paint all afternoon from 2pm!

More info on the Facebook event here.

Sunday Walls

Opening: ‘Spitting in the Urinal’ by Marcus Dixon at Good Space – Sydney

Marcus Dixon

Marcus Dixon’s work is the perfect blend of classic Australian iconography and contemporary skate/street culture. It breaks down the wall that separates the regional and the metropolitan. Marcus speaks the language of both; he’s cosmopolitan.

Fifteen years ago, at the height of Australia’s obsession with American streetwear, the only crocodile you’d see on a skateboarder’s outfit would have been on a Lacoste polo shirt.

Marcus is at the forefront of the new guard; A wave of young Australian artists and designers that have reclaimed Australiana for the next generation.

This, his second solo show, is based around a new series of large format illustrations, screen print editions and modern memorabilia.

‘Spitting in the Urinal’ by Marcus Dixon
Where: Good Space, Sydney
Opening: Wednesday 10th February