Well its almost election time and we all play a part in this country’s future. Please think seriously about your values before you head over to the polling booth on Saturday.
Some curious and colourful street art in Novi Sad, Serbia. Who is it, I wonder? And what does it say? And why does there appear to be a little pack of cigarettes in the bottom right corner? The street art was unusually at odds with the general historic feel of the city centre. The lovely town has so many gorgeous …
We were searching Brooklyn’s backstreets for espresso coffee and were directed down towards the desolate waterline. As we walked through the puddles we happened upon an odd shrine. To a long departed, much loved pet? And this strange tribute to a banana, accompanying it off to the side. Later defiled by someone crass, no doubt.
If you fight your way through the swarms of students pushing their way towards Redfern station, you can see this lovely piece on Lawson Street. It looks great in situ against the colour of the worn brickwork with a wacky car as an accessory in the foreground.
While taking a lunch break from schmoozing a little at the Arts Centre in Melbourne, I happened upon this fantastic piece of street art in one of the CBD’s hip and charming laneways. Loving the skeletal/greyhound/jackal/scientific drawing style imagery.
An ambiguous warning discovered whilst strolling (climbing agonisingly, dripping sweat in 45 degree heat) through the streets above the Old Town in Dubrovnik, Croatia. I was wary of fonts for the rest of the day.
A Melbourne laneway brightened up by epic street artist and illustrator Debs. She has a big reputation for a reason, and brings some much needed female strength to the street art scene. This piece was inspired by my dear friend Reese Geronimo and makes me pine for my roller derby days long gone.
I love this amazing wall piece in Fremantle, Western Australia! For those of you who can’t identify the animal, I’m quite sure that it’s a gigantic numbat!
In Ljubljana they have quite cute street signs at the zebra crossings of a stick man holding a child’s hand. But, ‘Oh No!’ This little guy’s caught on fire!! You can also find some cool Slovenian political graffiti here.
Woodfordia is famous for its silly, corny, and let’s face it, funny street signs. I couldn’t help but share a few with you here.