This would have to be one of my favourite walls so far this year and the key word is collaboration, artists such as Bryan Itch, Mike Makatron, Plea, Damon Soule, Nitsua, Adam Paquette, Stiff Ives and Sparkles, all came together to create something pretty special.
Time again for Dean Sunshines picks for his favourite pieces around Melbourne, and June looks pretty damn good.
We also have a new Top 10 contributor on board this month, and we’ll be putting their picks out over the next few days! If you’re interested in submitting your Top 10 picks for art in your area, just contact us!
Time to get back to the Press Mill Wednesdays, where we recap all of the “mainstream” press surrounding the art we all love. The column was put on the backburner for a little bit whilst we did some behind the scene restructuring, and now, given there is a little more free time on this editors hands, we’ll be able to get back into a few more special columns for you.
Sounds like Sydneys China Town is getting a revamp – including a bunch of “street art” – Jason Wing will be doing a big piece, which sounds pretty cool … but, you know, it hurts my head thinking about the hypocrisy, considering the new NSW laws against street art and all …
Finally, there is a really, really great article up on Voxy about all the artwork that is going up in Christchurch, celebrating all of the police who did heroic things during the quakes – a cool example of the beautiful uses of urban art …
That’s it for this week – see you back with another regular Press Mill in a fortnight.
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