Strachan Lane, Melbourne

The entrance to Strachan Place (in Melbourne CBD) is marked by a large mural by adnate.

bike parked in front of a mural by adnate of a couple, street sign that says Strachan Lane

large mral by adnate of a couple kissing, the woman's head is above the man's head and she is looking down at him as her mouth comes close to his nose.

adnate maural of a woman dancing, wearing a red skirt and with red hair, swirling skirt, arm up as she dances

below: I am not sure who the artist is but the white rabbit wants you to know that it’s 12:01.  Is that late?

mural of a white rabbit from Alice in Wonderland, with pinkish eyes and ears, and purple jacket, and wearing a wrist watch, on a double door, surrounded by black and white checked pattern.

orange and white traffic markers in front of a mural in a lane, on a brick wall, of a woman's face and head, green skin on face, blue skin on neck, long black hair, blue eyes, 3/4 profile position

Scroll down to the next post to see more adnate in Melbourne.

faces of Adnate

While walking in Fitzroy yesterday, I saw this face of a young aboriginal man that was just painted by street artist Adnate.

part of a larger mural, a street art painting of an aboriginal young man's face with white markings on his face, newly painted by Adnate in Melbourne (Fitzroy) with orange cones in front so that people don't walk in front of it.

It is part of a larger mural painted in collaboration with street artist Serum.

newly painted mural in progress, on the side of a house, beside a sidewalk that is roped off. A face by Adnate and a bird head by serum.

below: I have seen a number of these portraits around Melbourne including this one high above Hosier Lane.  This lane is filled with graffiti and street art and it is the lane that tourists come to see.  I wonder how many of them look up far enough to see the face?

Large mural of the face of an Australian aboriginal boy painted by Adnate in Melbourne - high on a wall overlooking Hosier Lane and all it's graffiti and tourists.

below: Back to Fitzroy where I have seen this large mural a couple of times now.  Both times, the combination of the height of the building and the location of the sun has made taking a picture of it challenging.

Large mural of the face of an Australian aboriginal boy painted by Adnate in Melbourne, on the side of a two storey building.

below: A young woman by Adnate looks over Argyle Street in Fitzroy (2 pics)

A mural by Adnate on Argyle Street of a woman's head, partially in profile, and partially hidden behind a thin white veil

A mural by Adnate on Argyle Street of a woman's head, partially in profile, and partially hidden behind a thin white veil

below: And last, this mural in Fitzroy that appeared in a previous post:

in an alley, mural of a person's face, looking over his/her shoulder at the street

power people

Surrounding the CitiPower Collingwood power substation at the corner of Easey and Wellington streets is a large monochromatic mural.  It is by Juddy Roller (a company specialising in street art and graffiti management) and it involved collaboration between street artists including Rone, Adnate, Mayo, Guido Van Helton and Askew.

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The script/writing on the mural was painted by Mayo.

monochromatic realistic portrait of a woman part of a larger mural painted on a wall surrounding a power substation in Melbourne.  The woman has a ring in her nose
The portraits were by Askew, Rone, Guido and Adnate.

monochromatic realistic portrait of two women part of a larger mural painted on a wall surrounding a power substation in Melbourne

This mural was also made possible with the support of CitiPower Powercor, The Neighbourhood Justice Centre and City of Yarra.

monochromatic realistic portrait of a woman part of a larger mural painted on a wall surrounding a power substation in Melbourne.  Long hair is covering one side of the woman's face

monochromatic realistic portrait of a woman part of a larger mural painted on a wall surrounding a power substation in Melbourne

monochromatic realistic portrait of a woman part of a larger mural painted on a wall surrounding a power substation in Melbourne.  There are power lines in the background

monochromatic realistic portrait of a woman part of a larger mural painted on a wall surrounding a power substation in Melbourne

monochromatic painting in  greys of a hand on a large mural

 

monochromatic painting in  greys of a rose in bloom on a large mural