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During this series of ‘Melbourne Street Art Photo Story weblogs’ I will endeavour to share my personal discovery of Melbourne’s Street Art. Whilst there is much available to view in the way of images on the web, I hope I can offer a point of difference. I will be inviting you to productively contribute your opinions and knowledge, in a way that is respectful to the Street Artists featured, and in a way that will add value to this conversation. Please click here to take you to my web page which features my “introductory story” and view other featured Melbourne Street Art works photographed by me, as I discover them…
Melbourne: Northcote – “Street Art” Photo Stories No. 1 – Photographed by Karen Robinson
STREET ARTIST – AS TAGGED BELOW
I came across this Street Artist’s work on the corner of High Street and Mitchell Street, Northcote, Melbourne, Australia. It is set on the side of a shop building which has a long side wall, ideal for such art work. The positioning of the Street Art work is well placed, just behind a transparent bus shelter, within a side street leading to Santa Maria College and public/disabled toilets; and just down from a frequented coffee shop. Lots of Northcote’s community members would regular use this travel route which ensures this Street Artist’s work gains lots of exposure.
The Street Art work its self, for me, was striking as it grabbed my attention as I was travelling along High Street in my car. On taking a closer look when photographing, I found the inclusion of the different animals and the bird delightful, especially the upside-down zebra. The expanse of the bird’s wings and clawed feet, approaching a landing or ready to grasp its prey, was well-defined. I particularly loved the colour choices of this Street Artist – beautiful blue/green colour against the blacks and greys. I am sure that this Street Artists work has added to this community’s street scape in a very positive way and given them something to gaze upon and wonder…
I hope you enjoyed viewing this Street Artist’s work, please feel free to leave comments that are respectful to the Street Artist and add value to the conversation…Karen
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