Melbourne stencil artist Regan Tamanui

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By Cormack O'Connor in New Art on Thursday 7 February 2013

Regan Tamanui, or HaHa (as he is known), has been described as Australia’s most notorious and prolific stencil artist; attacking streets and galleries with his unique brand of art. Relying heavily on popular culture and Australian history, HaHa cuts stencils straight from newspapers and photographs. The self-taught, Melbourne-based artist is represented by three commercial galleries […]

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Stencil street art by New Zealand’s Flox

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By Beck Wheeler in New Art on Friday 30 March 2012

Flox is New Zealand’s queen of the stencil. Her artworks are made up of layer upon layer of flowery, birdy goodness. Her artwork reminds me of bush walks and muddy shoes. Whenever I see one of her paintings, I want to go outside and find some greenness to get lost in.

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Taggr: geo-tag the street art of Sydney, Melbourne

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By Sam Keene in New Trends on Friday 4 November 2011

Anyone who’s walked through the streets of Sydney or Melbourne knows the how prolific the Australian street art scene is. That’s why Soap Creative in Sydney have released Taggr, a free iPhone app that allows you to view, find, upload and geo-tag art from the streets of Sydney and Melbourne. Now anyone from around the world can view the urban creativity that is and was in these two fine cities.

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Trompe l’Oeil stencils by Jana and JS

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By Tshepo in New Art on Wednesday 6 July 2011

Street art and photography duo Jana and JS spray the walls of some of Europe’s best cities with their boundary-blurring work. They’ve got the art of a photo in a photo in a picture down.

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