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Interview: Street Artist Liza

Interview: Street Artist Liza
I’ve been a fan of the work of street artist Liza for ages. The very first Liza design that caught my attention was the woman above with the scary crutch, and I have since delighted in finding his hand drawn faces and collage creations scattered throughout the Inner West. I regularly post photos of street art on the “I Love The Inner West” facebook page and it was through facebook... 

Street Art on King Street continues to impress!

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... 

Great Garage Doors of the Inner West

Great Garage Doors of the Inner West
Nothing beats walking down the streets and through the lanes of the Inner West and finding great art on garage doors. There are some amazing designs out there. When I finally get around to fixing my dodgy back fence I need to find a street artist who can transform mine from a boring wooden paling fence into a work of art. Some of the street artists that have redesigned these garage doors throughout Newtown,... 

Rumour or Fact: Dunlop Slazenger Factory demolished?

Rumour or Fact: Dunlop Slazenger Factory demolished?
Last week a fellow street art enthustiast commented on an old post I wrote about the Dunlop Slazenger Factory which caused me to hit the panic button. They said they had heard the factory had been torn down!!! It is such an amazing space for street artists to experiment with and showcase their styles that I immediatley headed over to see if the rumour was true. I forget (intentionally avoided) telling... 

LOST in Leichhardt and Art Month 2012

LOST in Leichhardt and Art Month 2012
Art Month Sydney is here again! March kicks off the third annual contemporary art festival that celebrates the diversity of art in Sydney. Art Month runs from 1 – 25 March 2012, showcasing more than 100 galleries, exhibitions, artist run initiatives and events. Free up your calendar because March is going to be full of tours, performances, art bars and gallery openings. LOST (Leichhardt Open Studio... 

May Lane Newbies + Old Favourites

May Lane Newbies + Old Favourites
The May Lane Art Project is an amazing outdoor gallery space located in St Peters and I am a frequent visitor because it’s constantly changing and it’s a free art gallery that’s avaliable to everyone. There are five main panels that are positioned along the side of a building in May Lane and artists are invited to use the entire building as their canvas, or they can focus on the... 

The History of a Wall

The History of a Wall
I am completely addicted to taking photos of street art and one of the reasons is because it is such a temporary artform. One day I will be walking past a completely blank wall, the next it is covered by an amazing design, the following day another artist has added to it and its possible that next week it could be completely painted over and be a blank canvas again. I have several locations and streets... 

Kuki Tanuki Japanese Bar, Erskineville

Kuki Tanuki Japanese Bar, Erskineville
I’m back! I’ve spent the last couple of months entertaining in-laws from overseas, taking them on an eating tour around Sydney and throughout the Inner West and have been an all-round tour guide extraordinaire. Well that’s my excuse for being a slacko in my posting and I’m sticking to it! Since food has been a major part of my Christmas and holiday break I thought I should... 

Interview: Street Artist BEASTMAN

Interview: Street Artist BEASTMAN
There wouldn’t be many people who haven’t heard of street artist Beastman. His work is instantly recogniseable and everyone has had a chance to see his recent work in Art & About Sydney (Streetware 2011), “Transient” a pop-up exhibition at the Galeries in Sydney, the Outpost Project on Cockatoo Island and his latest exhibition “Cosmic Nature” opens tomorrow night (Thursday... 

Interview: Street Artist Numskull

Interview: Street Artist Numskull
Numskull must have been working around the clock with everything he has been involved in recently. All the street art lovers will have recently seen his work in Art & About Sydney (Streetware 2011),  a pop-up exhibition at the Galeries in Sydney called “Transient”, the Outpost Project on Cockatoo Island and his latest exhibition ‘Mixed Messages’ is currently showing at Kind of... 
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