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Council “plays cupid” for street artists and property owners

By ALLISON HORE It started as a way to reduce graffiti around the Inner West, now it’s a pioneering program which has transformed the Inner West into Sydney’s street art capital. The Inner West Council has opened up applications for it’s Perfect Match initiative which tackles unwanted graffiti and tagging by reducing the number of […]

Female Artists Take to The Streets

BY RITA BRATOVICH There was a time when the term “graffiti art” seemed contradictory. Graffiti was associated with delinquency, vandalism, risky activity and was almost exclusively practised by male adolescents. The growing street art movement has absorbed graffiti culture into its folds and legitimised it, at the same time erasing the gender boundary that had […]