Street Artist Sydney
I’m a street
One of my street art murals in Sydney was for Stockland Wetherill Park Centre. Other places in Sydney I have painted murals and street art have been in the City, Alexandria, Penrith, Cronulla, Kogarah, and the Paramatta area.
As a street artist, I like to work with bold and bright colours. In particular, my work is a touch quirky but is based on positive messages and custom illustrations. I do like aspects of graffiti artist styles too.
You can view my portfolio of street art if you like.
A recent project I was hired for was creating a mural artwork in Sydney for a SAMSUNG commercial. Below is a screengrab from the commercial showing the mural in the background. They wanted it to be a mural of graffiti artist vibe.
Sydney Street Artist
I have lived in Sydney for some time so am familiar with parts of the city.
With my street art, I like to work with public or private walls (inside or outside) or public spaces such as urban environments and parks etc. A lot can be done with creative and bold street art that can give a lift to a neglected or what I call a non-activated space.
Mural Painter Sydney
As a part of being a street artist, I apply my custom artwork to working as a mural painter. I do all my own illustration work for my mural art.
Street Art in Sydney
Sydney is home to a vibrant street art scene, and there are plenty of places throughout the city where you can see some amazing murals and street art. Here are a few suburbs to check out:
Newtown Street Art
This inner-west suburb is known for its street art scene. Wander down King Street and its surrounding lanes to see some incredible works of art.
You might see some murals painted by Sindy Sinn.
Surry Hills Art Murals
This trendy neighborhood is also home to some great street art. Wander around the backstreets and laneways to find some hidden gems.
Keep a look out for the Sydney mural artists Sophi Odling and Nico Nicoson.
Bondi Beach Murals
The beachside suburb of Bondi is home to some impressive murals and street art installations. Take a stroll around the backstreets and alleyways to discover some hidden treasures.
Mulga the Artist has one of his murals painted on the Bondi Beach wall.
This up-and-coming neighborhood is home to a lot of street art, thanks in part to the annual Beams Festival. Check out the walls around Kensington Street and Spice Alley for some impressive pieces.
This historic neighborhood has a lot of street art to discover. Look out for murals and installations around Playfair Street and the back alleys around George Street.
Remember, street art can be found in unexpected places, so keep your eyes peeled as you explore the city!
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