A new mural has popped up at Stevens Reserve. Very clever and great talent by whoever is behind Artists Anonymous.
Archive for category: Street Art
An amazing weekend of artistic talent! If you missed it check out the work around and on the North Fremantle Rail Bridge, magic! Well done Sherrie and all involved.
Curated by Sherrie Wilson Projects, Underline set out to revive the pillars of the North Fremantle Rail Bridge with a splash of colour from six local artists, accompanied by Italy’s Nemco. The project featured an all-star lineup of Perth’s favourite visual talents including Kyle Hughes-Odgers, Amok Island, Fecks, Ayres, Jessee Lee Johns (whose work you might know by the moniker Hosae), Ayres and Nemco. The project was funded by the City of Fremantle and sponsored by The Butcher Shop and Old Bridge Cellars.
Street artists Alex Lehours, Yok & Sheryo will be collaborating on a massive mural on 1-5 South Terrace (Market Street). The event is sponsored by Converse hence the sneaker reference and corporate branding. People are invited to make suggestions to the artists about what to paint using the hashtag #sneakersclashfreo via Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. You can do this with photos or video or just plain old words. The artists will chose the best submissions to interpret into the mural art work.
This has been around for a while but that’s no reason not to post about it. Situated in a vacant lot in North Fremantle a Great mural of a kraken making short work of a ship.
My favourite thing about these types of murals is when the artist just paints over everything. In this one I love that the little doors that are painted over.
Last weekend saw the opening party of a new exhibition of local street style art at the Fremantle Fibonacci Centre on Blinco Street. My workshop is a stone’s throw from there; the music and free drinks sounded more appealing than working until 10pm so I dropped in to check it out.
Street art turns a street into a gallery. We recently spotted these more or less permanent pieces on Market Street / South Terrace. Occupy chalk boards we say.