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Docklands secrets - December 2013

05 Dec 2013

Graffiti or art?  Definitely art!

From Bangkok to Brooklyn, Tokyo to Hong Kong and now … Docklands.

Wandering through Waterfront City Plaza you may have noticed some “street art” gracing the walls.

To the untrained eye, it might just look like rather good graffiti but closer inspection reveals a clue.

These works have been painted by the artist known as TWOONE, an internationally acclaimed street artist, originally from Yokohama.

With his work found all over the world (including the interior mural for Myer’s young fashion floor basement) he can now add the beautiful Docklands to his international portfolio of exhibitions.

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