It was a nice surprise to get a little bit of a mention in Melbourne newspaper, the Herald Sun.
I’ve been enjoying getting back into painting in the last year or two and it’s been nice to get some positive feedback. I’m very thankful and don’t take it for granted.
When I began doing this type of artwork in the mid-90’s it was hard to shake the negative connotations and baggage of painting with spraypaint. It’s great to experience more people enjoying the work without the old hangups around it.
It’s been great fun painting some nice illustrations on the facade of the soon to open Harper and Blohm Cheese store in Melbourne’s inner north suburb of Essendon. There’s still awnings and signs to be added, then I’ll add matching colours in the background of the mural.
The shop itself occupies part of the Prince Wine Store and the two stores side-by-side will make a delicious combination.
I’ll be sure to update the photos once the store is up and running and the work is complete.