Melbournes New Street Art Precinct, Australia 2018

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Melbournes New Street Art Precinct, Australia 2018

Melbourne’s newest public art project,’The Upper West Side Street Art Precinct’, saw six of Australia’s street artists paint walls of the power station at the corner of Little Bourke and Spencer streets.

 

The project was curated by art collective Juddy Roller in partnership with the developers of the CBD’s Upper West Side, Far East Consortium, and Powercor.


They invited local street artists Adnate, Sofles, Fintan Magee, Dvate, Smug and Rone to create six new large-scale murals, in an attempt to breathe new life into the run down area of the CBD.

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