I’d strolled along Smith Street before, past Vietnamese restaurants, European specialist food stores and alternative clothing shops, but this visit, I came from a different direction.
Featured image — a Keith Harding replica street art
Continue reading collingwood’s street art
Across the street from the downtown NGV, there were hoards of tourists with their cell phones aimed at Hosier Lane’s street art. I boycotted the alleyway and headed to Fitzroy — a Melbourne suburb.
Continue reading Not just in melbourne city centre
Centaur — Philip Organ (above photo)
North of Victoria on Vancouver Island, was the relaxed town of Sidney. Situated right on the sea on the eastern side of the island, I couldn’t help notice some of the unique art that dotted the landscape. Continue reading Sidney Street Sculpture
Croft Lane wasn’t the only lane to view the work of street artists. Hosier Lane had a tall Aboriginal portrait way above the other art; a piece that took three days to complete. This was one of Adnate’s realistic portraits using spray paint. Continue reading Melbourne’s Hosier Lane Street Art
Croft A1 off Paynes Place in downtown Melbourne, was not only full of street art, but packed with photographers. Continue reading Melbourne’s Croft Street Art
Calgary was a clean city with tourist maps at intervals around town. If you looked lost, someone asked if you needed directions. That happened to me. Continue reading Hypnotized by a building