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Melbourne CBD, looking down Elizabeth Street from Flinders Street Station, on Tuesday the 12th of January.
My new header for this blog, the last one was posted on the 23rd of November 2008, and this blog is due for an update. For my own notes the size is 660 x 100 pixels.
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
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I found this in the latest Beat (Melbourne Street Press) magazine, in the Art of the City section. Hopefully I'll get to see this public art next weekend as one of the artworks is best viewed around midday. This is part of the City of Melbourne Laneways Commision.
UPDATE 29/1: The Problem I found with these installations I found most of them to be finnished. Hopefully I'll catch the new ones next year.
Friday, January 08, 2010
Off the Kerb gallery in Collingwood have an exhibition "Un-Earthed" which is Blender Studio exhibition. Blender is a Melbourne’s street art studio hub, which is tucked away in a alley behind Franklin Street. The exhibition runs from 8th - 22nd January 2010, opening Night Friday 8th January 2010, 6pm – 9pm. Off the Kerb gallery is located at 66B Johnston St, Collingwood.
'men never commit
evil so fully and joyfully
as when they do it
for religious convition'
Sighted at the Melbourne Stencil Festival on the 3rd of October 2009
Also check out my video of the Melbourne Stencil Festival on YouTube
Thursday, January 07, 2010
This was up at the Age.com.au yesterday, click here to see the full story.
I've seen this Lady play around Bourke street in Melbourne but didn't know her story, which I found it very interesting to read.
She hasn't looked back. ''Children come up to me, people of all classes and all walks of life,'' she said.
''I just love being there and I feel that they should hear the music. The way I feel when I play and the way I feel when I'm among the people, it just feels really good.
''It's something I wouldn't get from a concert hall because only certain people go there. But this is for everyone.''