Collingwood murals

Some of the murals that I have seen in Collingwood (part of Melbourne) in the past few days.

below: Refugee by Fintan Magee

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below:  I am having trouble finding out the artist’s name. Skoutut?  Skoukit?

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below: It says “Viva Frida”on the hat but I can’t read the signature.

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below: by Nomad?

Nomad street art painting of a woman in profile with long black hair and red flowers in her hair.

I am not sure if the above is by Nomad because when I was researching him online,
I found this photo:

Melbourne mural by Nomad

below: by 90 degrees

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below: by Lucy Lucy and Slicer, both of AWOL Crew

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below: by Nicola Jones

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world wide warehouse

The World Wide Warehouse is on the corner of Easey and Budd Streets in the Collingwood area of Melbourne.   It’s not actually a warehouse now, it’s the home of PBS 106.7 FM radio.   The lower part of it is covered with posters for events as well as a lot of  street art and graffiti.  A lot of the paper pieces are peeling away or torn.

The side of World Wide Warehouse, a two storey brick bulding that is quite long. The lower level is cover with graffiti and street art except where the windows are

below: A squid, a hand and many symbols – star of David, diamond, peace and female to name a few.  There is also a key to something.

wheatpaste, black on white, graffiti on a brick wall that has some green spray paint on it, drawing is of a squid with a head that looks like a hand with five fingers. there are other symbols on it too, a peace sign, a key, a star of David, a diamond, the symbol that equals female

below: professional loser on the right

graffiti on a brick wall, sync written in large block black letters, a black outlined white face, and a poster that says professional loser.

below: Christmas on Easey Street

A green cutout in the shape of a Christmas tree attached high up on a telephone pole. red circles are attached to it to look like tree ornaments.

below: Duster yelling with only half a face.  The other guy has only half a face, and come to think of it, so does the pink cat.

torn wheatpaste street art of a bare chested man, arm bent at the elbow, holding something in his hand. He is yelling but half of his face is missing

below: paper bunny on a faded head and a few faint words that look like sex

a wheatpaste bunny, white with black outline on a wall with a faded outline of a head in profile, otherwise painted black and blue

below: Do you even.  He sees with his camera, not his eyes.

A small relief sculpture of a man's torso painted yellow, headless, large muscles, with hands clasped together in front of his chest holding onto a camera. The words Do you even are written under one elbow.

below: toys and topless but no squares or hippies.  Everyone’s happy.

wheatpaste graffiti on a wall. A toy dump truck and a toy truck with a toy rabbut driving it. A poster of two topless women with the words not squares or hippies

A drawing of an older man with a beard, wearing a white hat, on a piece of paper attached to a brick wall

below:  The street art on the walls at the back of the warehouse, by the parking lot.

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mural on a wall, the top is black sky, the bottom is a scene of people, a city and 2 flying saucers or UFO's. Not realistic looking, cartoonish

power people

Surrounding the CitiPower Collingwood power substation at the corner of Easey and Wellington streets is a large monochromatic mural.  It is by Juddy Roller (a company specialising in street art and graffiti management) and it involved collaboration between street artists including Rone, Adnate, Mayo, Guido Van Helton and Askew.

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The script/writing on the mural was painted by Mayo.

monochromatic realistic portrait of a woman part of a larger mural painted on a wall surrounding a power substation in Melbourne.  The woman has a ring in her nose
The portraits were by Askew, Rone, Guido and Adnate.

monochromatic realistic portrait of two women part of a larger mural painted on a wall surrounding a power substation in Melbourne

This mural was also made possible with the support of CitiPower Powercor, The Neighbourhood Justice Centre and City of Yarra.

monochromatic realistic portrait of a woman part of a larger mural painted on a wall surrounding a power substation in Melbourne.  Long hair is covering one side of the woman's face

monochromatic realistic portrait of a woman part of a larger mural painted on a wall surrounding a power substation in Melbourne

monochromatic realistic portrait of a woman part of a larger mural painted on a wall surrounding a power substation in Melbourne.  There are power lines in the background

monochromatic realistic portrait of a woman part of a larger mural painted on a wall surrounding a power substation in Melbourne

monochromatic painting in  greys of a hand on a large mural

 

monochromatic painting in  greys of a rose in bloom on a large mural