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Craffiti

Wreath (after Steen Jones)

Craffiti was an exhibition of handmade, soft sculptures inspired by some of favourite street art pieces in Melbourne. Each work was exhibited next to a photo of the original artist’s work and, in most cases, a piece or two from the artist.

Craffiti included works and inspiration by some of our most notable street artists including Steen Jones, Barek, Psalm, Braddock, Putos, Lifetime Stickyfingers, Suki, Philb, Malarkey, Trollz B’ Trollin, Astrotwitch, Suki, Erin Greer, Legojacker and Diabolical Robot Art.

The exhibition ran from the 31st March – 19th April at No Vacancy Gallery in Federation Square and was opened by arts commentator and broadcaster Richard Watts.

Running concurrently with Craffiti was a Guerrilla Kindness project of knitted spray cans that were left in cities around the world for people to find. Connecting the exhibition globally, in cities including London (UK), Stockholm (SE), Berlin (DE), New York, Baltimore, Durham (US) Brisbane, Perth and Melbourne (AUS).