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Inner West favourites participating in the Outpost Project on Cockatoo Island

Inner West favourites participating in the Outpost Project on Cockatoo Island
I have put together some photos of my favourite street art from around the Inner West. The usual suspects of Beastman, Ears, Phibs, Slug, Animal Farm, MOX, Birdhat and Hazzy Bee have featured + many more. But the really exciting news is that some of our favourite Inner West street artists will be taking part in the Outpost Project on Cockatoo Island from (4 Nov – 11 Dec). To say that I am excited... 

Interview: Street Artist Birdhat

Interview: Street Artist Birdhat
Everyone knows by now that I am a huge fan of street art. I love walking through the streets of the Inner West and stumbling across a new piece of art on the walls. Nothing beats turning my head to check if there is a new splash of colour in a laneway and spotting a new work. One street artist whose work never fails to bring a smile to my face and brighten my day is Birdhat. I was excited that I got... 

The rotating street art exhibition continues + Phibs “Journey”

The rotating street art exhibition continues + Phibs
I started photographing the free rotating art exhibition next to the Crumpler store on King Street last October. There have been several changes since then. A couple of months ago, some bastard actually stole the Phibs artwork right off the wall. It took a while to get a replacement board back up on the wall, but it’s up and I was excited to see that Phibs has made a return with another one of... 

Ladies of the Inner West

Ladies of the Inner West
About time we had a celebration of the lovely ladies of the Inner West. Check out these gorgeous ladies! Some oldies and some newbies, some young, some a little older, some looking fresh faced, some needing a little work. But I love them all. All of these lovely ladies reside in the Inner West but I am sure there are loads more about. Let me know if you have seen any more that I haven’t included.... 

Gigi Pizzeria on King

Gigi Pizzeria on King
Gigi Pizzeria combines two of my favourite things… food and street art! Gigi’s offers a range of great Italian dishes and delicious pizzas with a fanstastic wall of graffiti as a backdrop created by the super talented Ears (who I have a big graffiti crush on!). Nothing beats a great calzone and Gigi’s does an awesome one with ricotta and prosciutto, so good in fact that I have had... 

My favourite street art discoveries this month…

My favourite street art discoveries this month...
I feel like I have been a bit slack with my street art postings of late. Since getting my new phone I have been so excited about being able to upload my findings straight onto the I love the inner west facebook page I may have been forgetting to post them on the blog. So I am going to make up for that right now! Here are a few of my favourite street art discoveries this month. I need to get out there... 

Glebe Tram Sheds

Glebe Tram Sheds
Ever since I had seen a couple of photos of the Glebe Tram Sheds online, I have been desperate to get inside to check out some of the graffiti. I was just a little worried about two things; whether or not I would be able to get in and of course, safety once inside. So I popped around on a Saturday afternoon to suss out the situation and luck was on my side because the tram sheds were open as a movie... 

Ears @ Camperdown

Ears @ Camperdown
I have missed walking down King Street and seeing the work created by Ears next to the Crumpler store (not that I don’t also love Phibs latest addition). But I was happy to discovered that Ears has been very busy at Camperdown Park. He has added his distinctive touch to the area as only Ears can. LOVE IT! [View with PicLens] ... 

The Slug Art Gallery

The Slug Art Gallery
If you live in the inner west you have probably seen some of Slugs work popping up. He seems to be everywhere. These photos were taken in Enmore, St. Peters, Newtown, Tempe, Chippendale and Marrickville. Enjoy the Slug art gallery. I am looking forward to adding to this collection, so if you have seen others, let me know. My sister thinks I have developed a bit of a graffiti crush on him, she might... 

The rotating art exhibition on King Street continues…

The rotating art exhibition on King Street continues...
I wrote a blog last October about the constantly rotating free art exhibition next to the very cool Crumpler store on King Street. Well it has changed again! The first design (that I documented) was by The Yok, followed by Hazy Bee, then Ears and the latest addition is Phibs.  I am always looking forward to the next installment. For anyone interested in dropping by to check out the artwork in person... 
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