Street Artist Australia
Australian street artist HAPPY DECAY lives on the South Coast of NSW, just below Sydney and a short drive across to Canberra. Being close to Canberra makes it easy for me to fly to Melbourne or any city in Australia for street art work.
Below is a selection of some of my work as a street artist in Australia. With the street artwork, I like to keep it bright and vibrant. My aim is to create a community space through art that makes the place more enjoyable and positive for people to engage with.
As a street artist, I like to hopefully delight the viewers with the artwork as they see it in the urban environment. Street art is a wonderful tool to make community places more enjoyable and fun.
By using a strategic process combined with a unique creative skillset the aim is to make places within the city and rural-urban environments more beautiful and easy for people to interact with.
Artists training to become HAPPY DECAY
I did my formal training as an artist at the School of Art in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. I focused on printing making, illustration and typography.
Later on, I went and did some additional training at the Canberra Institute of Technology to study graphic design. Here I got to learn about the business of design as well as using software that was good for digital illustration.
I’ve always had the fortune to do be able to do illustration work within the design industry. And with my illustration skills and prior painting training, I have branched off into street art work which is the perfect canvas size I like to work with.
As a street artist, I started with painting walls at friend’s places and other abandoned buildings. Sometimes making fabricated walls to practice street artists techniques and improve on my skillset.
Here is some more of my street art / mural work based around Australia. Most of my artwork is done around the Sydney and Canberra area. I do travel nationwide and overseas for street art projects.
If you like you can view more of my street art on my website under the showcase section.
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