Sunday, April 6, 2014

FORM. building a state of creativity...ROA and Phlegm.



As far as street art goes for the next nine days there could be no more exciting place to be than Perth. Organized by FORM, renowned artists from around the world have joined with our own fabulous Perth and eastern states talent to adorn laneways and buildings with their unique style of art. As a long time fan of both ROA above and Phlegm below it was a real thrill to watch them high up in the cherry pickers yesterday at the beginning of their creations...


Belgium born artist ROA and English artist Phlegm are known for the intricate detail in their work.. cannot wait to see how this scene below will look when I get back there later this morning, stay tuned. Hoping to catch many more artists at work in the next few days before I head off to Sydney, what I miss now will be waiting for me when I get back :) Happy weekend, take care and stay safe...

27 comments:

  1. You have to know that I wish I was there for this event, Grace. Looking forward to seeing more when you get back.

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  2. Look at those guys, talk about grand scale!

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  3. I never knew Australia was so "fashion forward" re: art!!! I'm really looking forward to visiting Australia in the next few years!!!

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  4. Wow! Talk about painting with a large brush.

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  5. So exciting to see this art work begin to take shape. Thanks for sharing some of that excitement.

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  6. That's amazing. And what is most interesting to me is how they get the scale right on that large of a project! Go Perth!

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  7. The blue head wear the artist is wearing seems to be a modern equivalent to the beret.

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  8. It will be interesting to see this as it develops.

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  9. That would be amazing to see these works unfold!

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  10. Please show how this project is completed.

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  11. Eye-popping, but I don't understand how they lay out the figures on such a big wall. You may be about to show us.

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  12. How exciting to watch these huge art works to unfold before your eyes!

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  13. WOW!
    It would have been fun to watch this process!

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  14. That would have been something to watch.

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  15. Interesting to see so big art making.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  16. This looks great to see how they make the painting.

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  17. Can´t wait for the end-result, Grace - have fun on your trip to Sydney!

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  18. I just read on another post that your first grandchild is late arriving. When that baby arrives you can paint the town RED!!

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  19. What a fun idea. I would have been there just to watch too... and taken a picture.

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  20. Looks a bit like a dancing alien. I do like the red!

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  21. Lucky you, Grace! I would also love to watch this.

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  22. How interesting to see an art work in progress!

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  23. Lucky you to be able to see street art being created.

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