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.

Georgian faces

Georgia the country that is, Tbilisi Georgia

stencil of a young girl's head, shoulders and arms, wearing a hat, holding a piece of fabric over her mouth and nose

below: Love is life. Not sure if there is meaning to the handgun and bullet holes

large colourful mural with the words love is life, a picture of a couple (heads) with flowers and hearts, also a handgun and bullet holes

below: Michael Jackson

black stencil of Michael Jackson in profile on a concrete wall with an orange stripe painted on it

below: blowing smoke

below: Looking out the window

below: James Joyce

grey tones, black and white portrait of James Joyce who wrote Ulysses

below: Cafe Linville

closed and locked double doors painted with two women talking over glasses of red wine, with the words Cafe Linville written across the top of the painting

foots-crazy people and faces

Heaps of neat street art that I saw one day while walking around Footscray.

street art painting of a minion, a green turtle like creature

street art painting on a metal garage door of a couple standing behind a barbed wire fence

large clown like face painted on a wall between windows with metal bars. big laughing mouth and white face

below: Wanna play?  by Mika

stencils on a black wall

 

very large two storey mural of a girl on the side of a building. Her head and shoulders profile

below: Larissa McFarlane is responsible for the paste-ups of people doing handstands that are around Melbourne. I saw two instances of them in Footscray.

paste up by Larissa McFarlane of a life sized person doing a handstand while wearing striped socks

street art paste ups of three people standing on their hands, with a cane to the right of them.

street art painting of un ugly wrinkly dog face with bulging eyes and lots of drool

street art of a person with two heads wearing a long blue dress with no arms or legs visible but with one hand holding a very small person, also a large bumblebee street art painting. also a dog wearing a red and white striped top and a white dog face mask

mural of people in black and white with a red heart in the middle

white skull wearing a brown cowboy hat amongst graffiti tags on a brick wall. words "scary oner" written to the left of the skull

street art painting of a woman in a yellow head scarf and blue top waving

street art painting of a large white man's face with two windows as eyes, his hand is over his mouth

paste up of a drawing of a homeless man sitting on the sidewalk holding a sign that says hungry. printed on a book of postcodes

paste up of woman doing a hand stand in front of a brick wall, done in black and white
street art mural wearing purple masked space helmets, holding a white flag
street art painting in Melbourne of a woman with light blue skin, an orange top and a two patterned head scarf, orange and gold stripes and black with blue and pink circular patterns on it.

street art painting of a child with her amrs crossed, a smile on her face, and a red heart on her chest. Words "I am a refugee this is my dream. Peace"