I thought the Neon Golden tour left some marks on the city, but turns out Shida wasn’t finished.
‘To be free is to have no fear’ is a mural by Nadia Hernandez, commissioned by The City of Sydney for the City Walls Sydney project, an ongoing outdoor mural project for the city’s Art & About program. Nadia’s mural is located behind Customs House in Sydney, Australia.
We are proud to present the finally recap video for Wonderwalls Wollongong 2015. A short video documenting the four day event which brings together artists from all over Australia and the world. Massive thanks to all of our sponsors, supporters and volunteers… and of course Simon from Verb Syndicate. The response we get from both the public and the artists each year is so inspiring. Here’s to many more Wonderwalls to come…
For more info on Wondwerwalls, visit the website here.
In between all the photos being published for Wonderwalls, the Wonderwalls Wollongong team have released a teaser video. The full video will be out soon. In the meantime, check out this snapshot into the weekend that was Wonderwalls Wollongong 2015!
Selina Miles never ceases to amaze… This new video portrait of Felipe Pantone shows us again why she is at the forefront of art focussed video work. And of course, an amazing snapshot of the beautiful work of Felipe Pantone.
Co-Founder of The Opening Hours, artist Elliott Routledge (or Numskull as he’s been known for a long time now) has recently collaborated with The Opera House for The Festival of Dangerous Ideas in Sydney.
“The Festival of Dangerous Ideas (FODI) is an annual event that brings leading thinkers and culture creators from around the world to the Sydney Opera House stages and online to discuss and debate the important ideas of our time.
Speakers at the festival are asked to present their ideas to create lively and thought-provoking discussions. Our aim is for audiences to leave each session having experienced the excitement of ideas brought to life, and with new food for thought.”
Check out the video below of the artist in his Sydney studio.
The second annual First Coat festival happened recently in Toowoomba, Queensland. A gathering of some of Australia’s finest street and graffiti artists, along with a couple of special international guests Madsteez and Askew One. See below for the full wrap up video.