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Street Art - October 2018

04 Oct 2018

Street Art - October 2018 Image

Fresh murals have been popping up all around The District Docklands for the past month, bringing lots of colour and life to the complex.

Elusive Melbourne artist Be Free came down to The District in September and painted the biggest wall he/she had ever done near the East Carpark.

Ruskidd has been jamming downstairs next to Loose Print and Maha has been working tirelessly on his fantasy Mad Hatter’s garden piece while also beginning his largest mural to date on the East Carpark wall.

Hancock painted a giant Jack and the Bean Stalk artwork and Frosk rocked out a great mural dedicated to his nephew Tyson.

The carpark wall is now becoming one of the largest evolving street art walls in Australia as more artists add to it weekly. Commissioned by The District Docklands, these murals are bringing new life to the area.

Things are really happening down at The District, there is now a lot more than just shops to look at, even our gallery space has been particularly busy over the past month.

Next time you’re down here check out these awesome murals and pop into the gallery to say hi.

Cheers guys, I will let the photos do the talking, a picture tells a thousand words, ’til next month.

Adrian Doyle.

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