& have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent Melbourne street art all over the city, maybe you know HuoXiEr Lane Hosier Lane, AC/DC Lane, etc., these alleys known as art, the art of popular street sights, but here the graffiti on the wall, frescoes, also as a transformation of the weather, you can’t predict when they will change, when you over a period of time again into the alley, you will find that the old color has been covered by the new image.
& have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent Melbourne’s street art, with its unique characteristics to add more color to the art capital, is internationally renowned, attracting local and overseas visitors to experience Melbourne’s creative atmosphere.
& have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent The colors on the walls of Melbourne can be attributed to two types of “graffiti” and “street art”. Graffiti should only be attributed to signs, while the street art in Melbourne is a large-scale mural work, among which there are some excellent works by international and Australian local artists.
& have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent When we think of Melbourne, the first things that come to mind are coffee, alleyways and street art. Melbourne artists created colorful street art around the city, away from downtown Melbourne your vision will become more open, when you walk in these graffiti and street art atmosphere, just like listening to music, there are classical, modern, from the template tag and debris art and paintings, you can find all the things in the city, develop their own vision, enjoy free air and life here.
& have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent The pictures here are just a few of the graffiti and street art I saw walking through the alleyways of Lygon St in Melbourne. Street art is something to be enjoyed in an infinite space and perhaps lost its vitality when you leave that atmosphere.