Paste-ups seen on Artist Lane, Windsor (Melbourne) this past weekend.
Artist Lane runs parallel to Chapel St. between Green and Union streets, just north of Windsor station. It has the highest concentration of good street art that I have seen yet in Melbourne. I have too many pictures for one blog post. As a result, have divided it up into sections, paste-ups (paper), stencils, and paintings. Here are the paste-ups.
below: It’s twenty seconds into 11:50 somewhere in the world.
I wonder what time the alarm is set for?
below: A perfect afternoon to sit and watch the world go by.
below: Cans inside of cans inside of cans. Tin Babushka dolls.
below: Beware of wolves in sheep’s clothing
below: Spraying on a happy face.
below: Flying away. Spraying only where eagles dare.
below: In case of emergency, smile. Put on a happy face.
below: Many words. Many bent and leaning columns at the tipping point.
below: Hammer and sickly cover the globe.
below: This one is signed, by barek
below: Every T-shirt tells a story, of sailing ships and volcanoes about to blow.
below: Watching paint dry, or maybe just thinking about it.
below: The snail is printed on scrap paper? or is there significance to the fact that the original purpose of the paper was information about Julius Baer, a Swiss private financial company, and EMA Partners, a company that matches executives with international companies, also based in Switzerland.
below: with a sigh and a shrug.
below: Stop on red signal. If you look closely, you’ll see that there is more to it than that.
A lot of the above art was done by Phoenix, a Melbourne street artist.
More information about him can be found on his website