It is the enormity of the street art in Perth that turned my head. Massive works of art appear on seemingly random buildings, mostly in laneways and alleyways. Unlike Melbourne street art that filled up every inch of the laneways it covered, the street art in Perth seems to focus on one image at a time. Fremantle, down the Swan River, had similar art and one massive mural by Graeme Miles Richards covering a retail warehouse nearly a city block long.
Here are a few of my favourites:
My Favourite Street Art in Perth
Portions of the Giant Mural in Fremantle
I love street art. It varies around the world and gives us an insight into a culture. Many of my favourite creations are in my hometown of Auckland. I am not the only one; it seems to be a commonly photographed feature by travel bloggers. Check out these collections of street art from around the world: Asia, New Zealand and Australia, Europe, Canada and the United States, and Central and South America.
Looking for more, check out The World Atlas of Street Art and Graffiti.
Where is your favourite street art?
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