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Hidden in Perth city behind the gates of the Condor Carpark lies a treasure trove of wonderful, graffiti delights. Multiply stories above and below sea level covered in art work is a privilege for those who are lucky enough to hold a cap space here.

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Perth City, Australia

 

Howard Lane hidden amongst a towering, forrest, of steel offices, reaching for the sky. Local artists The Yok and Stormy have brought the lane way to life and is a breath of fresh air for those going through the daily grind of the 9 to 5. This has got to be my favourite lane way in Perth.

My friend sells these super cute (supa kawaii) toys online and I was allowed special access to his storage warehouse to have a look at all the goodies. They all looked so lonely wrapped up in plastic stuck on the high shelves with no one to hug them. If you can help find them a home please help, but you will be put through a strict screening process to see if you’re suitable parents.

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His website is currently under maintenance but check there soon www.sinexi.com

Call out vol 6 at The Cipher Dance Academy. Perth’s #1 Popping event!

In the cipher

Say what?! I found this just outside the convention center. Now who is MR MEN?

The Yok – My fav graffiti artist and here is some of his work outside a barber shop in Victoria Park, Western Australia

This is Perth’s 11th Medal Jam event which is a break dance battle also including a popping showcase, art and photography exhibition where I got to display some of my work. The event was held at The Cipher Dance Academy which celebrated its first year anniversary of giving Perth a dedicated Hip Hop venue. The event was a huge success and shows how Perths scene although small in comparisons to others has a strong community who all come out to support one another.

Day one starts out with a BANG! An adventurous day at the South Fremantle power station, where we find the abandoned building alive with activity, including photographers, models, graffiti artists, drug users, the homeless. Taking the time to explore the unknown in my own back yard is my idea of fun.

If you would like to see more photos from the South Fremantle Power Station please click on the STREET ART COLLECTIVE tab at the top of the page.

 

south fremantle power station - the entrance

 

exhausted creative tools - spray cans

 

natty nice and duby

 

south fremantle power station - walking in the shadows of the past

 

graffiti - this is art

 

deceased spray cans

 

ladder and frog

 

artist not vandals