Pine Street Creative Art Centre, Sydney, hosted 2006 Stencil Festival. The 4 day festival featured works from local and international artists; including Numskull and Mini Graff.
and the Milk Crate
Each month, May’s invites a street artist to paint a 3.5 x 2.5 metre panel space installed on May Lane, St. Peters. At the month’s close, the panels are taken down and replaced afresh for the next ‘chapter’ in the project.
MAKING IT, Sydney Design Week 2005, involved a two day workshop where the budding young artists from Odyssey House created artwork on panels that were transformed into Zaishu’s.
Street Works (Forever)
The Cross Art Projects (Jo Holder) and The Cross Art + Books (Gavin Harris) were delighted to present: Street Works (forever), a conversation comprising Kate Mackay’s ‘Cohesion’ exhibition and Mini Graff’s ‘Convergence‘; and ‘Darlinghurst Squared’ site-installations.
A What of Butterflies
Inspired by the migration of the North American Monarch, 300 butterflies made from post-consumer plastic were constructed, painted and installed on the the facade of an inner city (Sydney) building.
The Wall Vinyl Project
Collection of vinyl stencil art on display of the walls and windows of a Darlinghurst Record Store…