Friday, July 12, 2013

Sushi, street art and scribble slam

Yesterday Ben and I took a trip down to Brisbane and caught up with the ever delightful Phil, who does wicked art, you might remember the ladybug artwork he drew for me when I broke my ankle! I scored an awesome new Viking artwork from him, which I'll have to remember to photograph, to show you guys. Anyway our evening started off with sushi train, continued on with street art, detoured to an art event called scribble slam and ended with a delicious slice of pizza (unfortunately not photographed!).












Brisbane might not hold the charm and coolness that some of the other states do but I think it has its own special magic :)

12 comments:

  1. So cool! I love finding grafiti and art on the street!
    ~Sara
    Sincerely, Sara

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  2. I love it too, brightens the streets :)

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  3. i'm soooo curious about your country,Fee!

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  4. it's got some awesome places!!

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  5. Cool pictures. I know what you mean about Brisbane though, it has something different to the other states, and I don't even mean the accents ;)

    x Gi
    alibimag.blogspot.com

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  6. lol, it definitely needs to step up it's multicultural element, perhaps that contributes to it's air of boring-ness - still I'll definitely have a soft spot the place :)

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  7. I love street art! You captures some beautiful ones here, great great post! I always look forward to your entries ♥

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  8. aw thank-you that's super sweet :)

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  9. an interesting street!! Love the first image! :-)

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  10. I believe the first one is by an artist named milki tea, but I can't seem to be able to track her down :(

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  11. Milkitea is my friend! Search as one word and she will come up :)

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