Goddard gallery

In Newtown (Sydney),  Goddard Street is only one small block long.  It runs west from King Street.  The north side of Goddard is the wall of one building and that wall is home to a number of paintings.  Gigi’s Pizza occupies the front part of the building, facing King street, but I’m not sure what else is there.  Most of the paintings are unsigned and I have only been able to find  information about some of them online.

below: four eyed cat, signed honeybunny

pictures painted on a wall on Goddard street in Newton, Sydney, Australia

below: The painting on the right is probably by Ears

pictures painted on a the wall on Goddard street in Newtown, Sydney, Australia

below: MW, left painting, is Mike Watt

pictures painted on a wall on Goddard street in Newtown, Sydney, Australia

 below: The red face is by Ears

pictures painted on a wall on Goddard street in Newtown, Sydney, Australia

below: The woman’s head is the top of a painting by Lucy Lucy.

pictures painted on a wall on Goddard street in Newtown, Sydney, Australia

below:  The rest of the painting by Lucy Lucy along with a portrait on a door by Crisp.
Narrow sidewalks, parked cars and rubbish bins – the bane of photographers taking pictures of street art!

Three street art paintings - two on a wall and one in the middle on a door. On the left is a woman by artist Lucy Lucy, in the middle a person in black, white and blue, and on the right a rabbit like faced creatures, wearing a top hat

below: A hunched over blue man by Skulk

pictures painted on a wall on Goddard street in Newtown, Sydney, Australia

 

street art | painting | murals | Newtown

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bmd mural, Brunswick

BMD is a pair of guys, Andrew and Damin, from the town of New Plymouth in New Zealand. Recently (April 2015), they painted this large mural on McDougall street in Brunswick, close to Barkly square shopping center.
mural on a wall in alley, top part is a long pink animal and the bottom part is a text graffiti tag

mural on a wall in alley, top part is a long pink animal and the bottom part is a text graffiti tag

mural by bmd on an alley in Brunswick Melbourne, a pink animal on the top and a picture of a girl on the bottom

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part of a larger mural, two circular girls' heads that intersect like a venn diagram

two birds on a mural, drawn with interlocking triangles in green and black, blue sky and palm trees in the background

bird head on a mural, drawn with interlocking triangles in green and black, blue sky and palm trees in the background

More information about BMD on their website bmdisyourfriend