The City of Melbourne is renowned for its street art from artists across the globe such as Banksy and Shepard Fairey. The street art usually tends to fit into the folds and cracks of the city that no one seems to care about; the in-between spaces. Numerous amounts of citizens have expressed discomfort towards the nature of street art as it not only demonstrates the destruction of private property, but it also promotes vandalism due to the government support.
The tour will be based on how street art is used on the streets of Melbourne and why it is only found in certain areas and the thoughts towards street art on private properties. We will be travelling along the Flinder's Lane showing 5 examples of street art in public spaces at: AC/DC lane, Hosier Lane, Brunetti Cafe, Centre Place and 183 Flinders Lane.