exitenter in Florence

exitenter is a prolific graffiti artist whose art is usually centered around red hearts, love, and equality.  The pieces with their stick figures are simple and direct.

below: Reaching for love

simple graffiti of a black stick figure with white filled in, reaching up to a red heart, with the word exit written above it

below: Black equals white.  Equality

two stick figues, one with black body and the other with white body, holding hands, with a red equals sign above their hands

below: Swinging on a heart, in love.

on a blue one way street sign, a sticker with a stick figure swinging on a red heart

below: Apart and fighting, but come together in love.  Another way of saying “All you need is love”.

below: Together, hand in hand looking for love.

two stick figure people holding hands and reaching for a red heart

below: Juxtaposition of the Nativity scene with the idea of refugees.

street art paste up of a nativity scene, Mary and Joseph standing together with Mary holding the baby Jesus, under night sky with moon and stars. The word refugees is written below the picture. All contained in a grey arch shape

For more pictures and information, ExitEnter instagram page and website

Chambers Street Footscray

Chambers street is a short street near Footscray train station.  It dead ends at the section of Nicholson street that is a pedestrian mall.  It is like a lane in that no buildings front on to it.  There is a small park part way along the street.

below:  This picture appears in a previous post ‘Guerilla territory’ because the large paste-up is a work by baby guerilla.  This building fronts on to Paisley street.

wall of an old red brick industrial building, 3 storeys high, covered with street art. Lower level is series of murals and above them is a large paste up by baby guerilla of a couple flying. A man is behind a woman and he is reaching for her foot as she is reaching for the roof of the building.

below: The murals and street art across the bottom of the building shown above.

a mural featuring a pink person in head carf and a blue person
below: the best Australian I know, signed by gee

mural of a person holding a messy sandwich in his hands, with some words that say: Born in Vietnam came by boat in 1981 (18 months old) lives in Footscray the best Australian I know
below: Stop violence against women

Stop Violence against women mural on a blue door
below: Stay calm and keep sarcastic

On a wood door that has been painted bright blue is a stencil in pink that says ' Stay calm, she "asked" for it
below: first piece, Medev

turquoise woman wearing a head scarf and holding on oil lamp. Signed in the corner as first piece Medev. pink border around the woman
below: junkies vs. yuppies

Green letters painted on a black door that say "We prefer our junkies to yuppies"

below: Shaibu’s story

A lot of words written on a wall. Brown letters, white brick wall.
below: It’s not very often I have to dodge a Maserati while taking pictures of street art!

a black maserati drives past of building with street art on it including a picture of a running person with an arm outstretched and it looks like she is reaching for the car
below: The more I look at this one, the creepier I think it is.

A horizontal mural on a wall with a door in the middle. A brown face on the door with two hands branching from it, each hand it holding a face.
below: maniacally letting loose the green paint

a green montrous face painted on a wall, with green paint flowing onto the pavement in front of it.

colourful mural

below: One Love – Footscray Love, mural to say welcome, painted by Tim Rollin

mural on a wall in Footscray Melbourne by Tim Rollin with the theme of One Love, Australians say welcome, featuring pictures of various kinds of people