One of my previous posts was about the street art that I saw as I walked north from Brunswick train station towards Anstey. Today’s post is a result of a walk south from Brunswick to Jewell station.
below: Piano teeth guy by goodie
below: On the bike path, a collaboration between Taylurk, Shida, Twoone and Eno painted on the side of Acustico Cafe on Union Street.
below: There were a number of these little pink creatures along the bike path too.
below: “Long time no see” Mike W.
below: Oh no! The zebra has fallen behind the rubbish bins!
below: anti-church sentiment high on a wall.
below: A bright pink welcoming door amongst the graffiti.
below: Yes! Be awesome. Stay awesome.
below: There were a lot of these ISIT stickers. Not very creative. I have included a picture of this one mostly to give you some idea of the look of the railway tracks and bike path along this stretch.
below: A bunch of balloons by Fintan Magee. It was probably part of a larger mural that has been partially painted over
below: This is what the wall looks like now.
below: Still hanging in there
below: Two junky creatures made from trash.
The previous post was about these junky projects so if you scroll down a bit you will find more junky examples.
The recycled robots are great.
And I hope you tried to help that poor zebra get up again. 😉