Street Art in a Rural City: Benalla Wall to Wall Art Festival @ Benalla, Victoria Australia

Benalla, some 200km northeast of Melbourne, has all the makings of a well-equipped rural city. Founded in the early 19th century, it may be small by big city standards (population 10,000) but it has a rich history, thanks to its connections to Australia’s most notorious bushranger/outlaw, Ned Kelly. Kelly’s gang operated in and around the area before it culminated in a shootout with the local … Continue reading Street Art in a Rural City: Benalla Wall to Wall Art Festival @ Benalla, Victoria Australia

Travel Diaries: ArtSphere20/8ty@The Atmosphere – Collection of 3D Mural Art

So I recently went to a new place called ArtSphere20/8ty @ The Atmosphere, Seri Kembangan. It’s an open air concept building that will house various retail outlets, banks, F&B shops, etc. once it’s fully opened. What makes it unique is that it has 80 different 3D art murals in various corners of the buildings. Visitors are free to take pictures with the paintings. At the … Continue reading Travel Diaries: ArtSphere20/8ty@The Atmosphere – Collection of 3D Mural Art

Colour Me Vivid – Pasar Seni Graffiti, Kuala Lumpur

If you’ve never been down the banks of the Klang River next to Central Market, it’s a good idea to take a trip there.  Urban city sights like awesome graffiti are sprawled across a whole stretch of riverbank walls, so why not get up close and personal with them? You’ll soon forget the dirt and heat of the concrete enclosed river when faced with these … Continue reading Colour Me Vivid – Pasar Seni Graffiti, Kuala Lumpur