No Sleep Till Bali

No Fixed Address Gallery’s first ever international exhibition is coming to Canggu (Bali) this April!

We’re bringing a little slice of Melbourne to a tropical paradise with over 40 graffiti writers, stencils artists, illustrators and painters working on a custom blend of Melways x Dodgy Paper, featuring:

A. Kinninmont, Askem, Callum Preston, Calm, Caper, Chehehe, Chris Costa, Chuck Mayfield, Creature Creature, Crisis, Dnart, Dosey, DPDPDPR, Drewfunk, Dvate, Evil Keanevil, Facter, Frosk, Heesco, Jack Douglas, Juan Rodriguez, Junky Projects, Kenz, Keo Match, Kid Silk, Kirpy, Kmode, Knock, Le Grizz, Ling, Maha, Makatron, Michael Caine, Mike Eleven, Mike Tea, Mitch Walder, Ohnoes, Osemrs, Poise, Presto, Ruskidd, Steve Cross, Stopem, Sugar, Tayla Broekman, Tom Gerrard, Unwell Bunny, Zena

Join us for the opening night at All Caps Store and Gallery in Canggu from 8-10pm on Saturday the 28th of April for beers, beats and good vibes!

The exhibition runs from Wednesday 25th April – Tuesday 8th May 2018, for further information or to sign up for the presale catalogue please contact Curator Ariana Leane –

Art of the Mill Recap Video

Video recap from ‘Art of the Mill’ please share and enjoy.

Art of the Mill

No Fixed Address Gallery is proudly presenting their inaugural group exhibition at the Macedon Ranges Sustainability Festival on the 27th – 28th Feb.

artofthemill has some of Australia’s biggest street artists on board and a once in a life time space to boot. They will be donating some proceeds to the Macedon Ranges Wildlife Network to help with all the local animals that have been injured in the recent fires.

Get down and grab yourself an amazing piece of not just art but history. You won’t want to miss this one.

First Coat 2015

Shot / Cut: Tim Caraco / Brandon Els
Music: Hermitude – The Buzz (feat. Mataya & Young Tapz)

5 Pointz NYC In Danger of Demolition

The 5 Pointz Aerosol Art Center of Long Island City, Queens is under threat of demolition.

5 Pointz

In 2002, Jonathan “Meres One” Cohen began curating the 5 Pointz Aerosol Art Center in an effort to provide a place where artists from around the city could come together to exhibit their work outdoors for the public—and to do it legally.

5 Pointz, an old abandoned warehouse just off the 7 subway line, the “Institute of Higher Burning,” has been an epicenter of graffiti, street art, and Hip Hop culture since its establishment by Cohen over 10 years ago. Owner of the building Jerry Wolkoff and his son David Walkoff have expressed plans to demolish the structure and erect high-rise residential towers.

Do your part and help save the graffiti and cultural icon. Download the form here, fill it out, and email it to (and be sure to include the address: 45-46 Davis St, Long Island City, NY 11101).

– 5 Pointz
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Wall Writers: Graffiti In Its Innocence

Check out this amazing project by Roger Gastman happening right now. It will only be funded if at least $60,000 is pledged by Friday Aug 24, 5:52pm EDT.

“If you are a fan of graffiti, street art or subculture in general this is an educational film you must see. Please help make it a reality. It’s so close!”

– Get involved here

Lush – Graffiti Asshole

Controversial Australian graffiti artist and all round nice guy Lush is taking his latest show “You Become What You Hate” to London this weekend. Get down there if your about!

Blek le Rat – 60/30

Between November 19, 2011 – January 7, 2012 Blek le Rat, the Godfather of stencil art marked the 30th anniversary since the birth of his truly inspiring art with the 60/30 Exhibition. At the ripe age of 60, Blek le Rat has never stopped creating amazing street art and is a true pioneer of the scene. His innovative spirit paved the way for all subsequent street artists who have, and continue to, follow in his path.