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. @nemans, I Love the Inner West, www.innerwestlifestyle.com.au
Here’s the latest round up of walls and laneways in Sydney. Today’s gallery of photo’s include Numskull, Mike Watt, Monstery and Me, Grizzle, Teazer, Trait, Bafcat, Skulk, CAMO, Pudl, Retro, Capiche, Fintan Magee, Scott Marsh, Bones, Phibs, Akisiew, Birdhat, Elph, Apeseven, Ox King, The Massive and more. Click below for more photos. @nemans, I Love the Inner West, www.innerwestlifestyle.com.au
Thursday 6 December from 6-10pm. More info on the Facebook event here.
Featuring the work of Phibs, Teazer, Bridge Stehli, Shannon Crees, Teem, Fintan Magee, Guido van Helten, Adnate, Slicer, Deams, Cam Wall and Carl Steffan.
4a James Street, Waterloo
The exhibition continues until Sunday 9 December 12-4pm.
Last week, a wall that Teazer, Numskull and Roach had painted in Camperdown, was painted over by someone (owners, real estate agents, council….?) without the artists knowing. This was the response from an unknown person. It made our day. We’re not sure which one we like best…
Photo by baddogwhiskas (http://www.flickr.com/photos/22179952@N00/)
Tomorrow night at Lo-Fi Collective (Thursday 21st April) is the opening of Back Burners, a group show curated by Sydney’s Warefare crew. A show bringing together some of Australia’s most prolific graffiti artists to display their hand painted denim jackets, a historic graffiti tradition that dates back to the late 70s and early 80s. See the flyer for more details and a full line up.
MAY’S is excited to present SPICE, TEAZER, DREAM and WATER this Friday, 29th JANUARY 2010.
Welcoming back four of Sydney’s foremost graffiti artists for a collaboration that is set to be one of the freshest works you’ve seen in a long time. Each of the artists brings with them their own experience and style to the collaboration.
Spice has been recognised as a notable presence in Australian hip hop culture since the early 1980s. ‘Most of my work expresses my feelings, whether it’s via my colour coordination, or a few simple words, usually a line of lyrics from a song, written next to my piece.’ – Spice, 2009
Teazer is one of Sydney’s most prolific graffiti artists, known for his large murals which incorporate Manga characters and pop imagery.
Dream One is an infamous writer who, over the past two and a half decades, has provided a visual kaleidoscope on trains and walls throughout Sydney.
Water is back from Berlin and brings his style reminiscent of classic New York graffiti, with fresh colour schemes, to the streets of Sydney.
An exhibition of graffiti by SPICE, TEAZER, DREAM and WATER