Street Art on King Street continues to impress!

I’m impressed, yet again! Three amazing artworks have been created since my last update on the revolving street art exhibition on King Street. Ears and Birdhat both showcased their work outside the Crumpler Store throughout the early months of 2012 and in that last couple of days street artist Skulk has made his mark. This is the first time I have seen his work here and I hope he becomes a regular contributor to the space.

Other talented artists who have previously showcased their work on this wall include The Yok, Phibs, Hazzy Bee and SMC3. For anyone interested in dropping by to check out Skulks’s artwork in person – 305 King Street, Newtown is the place to go.


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6 Responses to " Street Art on King Street continues to impress! "

  1. karLcx says:

    am often not a fan of the street art i see, but these are nice.

  2. nadine says:

    Glad you like them! Loads of talented artist in the Inner West :)

  3. Michael R says:

    I miss the aliens and manga girls up next to Istanbul on King. Incredibly details and dimensional for a 2D plane to work with.

  4. nadine says:

    That was ruined because of the reno wasn’t it? I think the new window destroyed the design…Perfect opportuity for a new piece!

  5. Valasca says:

    Check out Ears’ and Birdhat’s new work-in-progress on the side of 51 Trafalgar St Enmore. It has a music theme out of respect for the lost iconic Ringo and Hendrix next door.

  6. [...] finding his charaters around the Inner West. Most will recognise his current work next to the Crumpler store (photo above – middle) which is part of a constantly changing street art exhibition for [...]

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