Stencil Graffiti Capital

February 15, 2006 - November 8, 2006

To celebrate the release of Stencil Graffiti Capital: Melbourne - the first book to survey the stencil art mecca - Citylights and Until Never Gallery hosts a photographic exhibition of the constantly evolving stencil graffiti that adorns Melbourne’s streets.

Featuring a selection of images from the book indoors at Until Never, and outdoors in the Hosier Lane lightboxes, the photos highlight the work of some of the most influential and active street 
artists; including HaHa, Phibs, Sync, Rone, Psalm, Dlux, Vexta, Sixten, Meek, Banksy and more.

About the authors and curators:
Carl Nyman is a graphic designer and illustrator. Originally from Sweden, he has lived and worked in Melbourne and currently resides in New York City. Recent work includes a tour of five major Asian cities, bringing stencil graffiti to the Far East.

Melbourne's Jake Smallman has worked as a graphic designer in the United Kingdom and Australia. He has documented and participated in Melbourne's stencil graffiti scene for a number of years, gaining media attention and commissions in addition to exhibiting all over Australia and in the United States.

Stencil Graffiti Capital: Melbourne at Until Never Gallery


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