Street art has always been a place for creative freedom. Due to its very nature it’s also a maverick art, with the varying and diverse styles found being part of its appeal. From Shoreditch in London where works by the likes of Banksy, Invader and Sweet Toof live side-by-side – enlivening the streets with their subversive and eye catching design, to Berlin, where they’ve turned the notion of graffiti on its head by using jet sprays with stencils to clean parts of a dirty wall, producing a new piece of art. Being displayed on the streets that are so familiar to us, it often remains hidden, as our familiarity blinds us to it.
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Watch this Lost At E Minor video, featuring Cormack O'Connor - our Australian Contributing Editor and 17-year old creative genius with skills in everything from creating music, interviewing stars, writing and publishing, to epic photoshoots.
Take a look at the first of a three-part series featuring young Australian creative minds, thanks to our friends at Optus.