The BIG Picture Street Art Festival, Australia 2018

Frankston city centre’s skyline has just been transformed, thanks to the first Big Picture Fest, that took over the city from 23rd until the 25th March 2018.

Frankston is an outer-suburb of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia, in the local government area of the City of Frankston. It is located 55 km south-east of the Melbourne city centre, above the Mornington Peninsula. Due to its geographic location, it is often referred to as “the gateway to the Mornington Peninsula”.

The three day festival brought Australian street artists, Loretta Lizzio (Victoria), Dvate (Victoria), Lucy Bonnin (South Australia), Tristan Kerr (Victoria), Zedr (Victoria), Order55 (South Australia) and Glaswegian artist Smug to transform drab walls in high profile locations across Frankston’s city centre.

Smug paints a super realistic skeleton,”The part of us that makes us all the same” .

Loretta Lizzio paints a beautiful lady lost amongst the fauna …

Dvate brings awareness to Australia’s endangered wildlife birds.

Lucy Bonnin fun piece brings the child out in all of us …

Tristan Kerr brings some Typography to the festival, “All This Mayhem”.

Zedr takes inspiration from the festival …

Order55 brings some cosmic DNA to the streets of Frankston.

Great beginnings bring great art to the streets of Frankston, we can’t wait to see next years creativity! If you’re checking out the murals in person find the location of the artworks here!

Photo Credit Vans the Omega



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