Colour Theory: Series 4
Indigenous Graffiti and Street Artists

Colour Theory: Series 4 - Indigenous Graffiti and Street Artists
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Budda
Young, up and coming street artist Budda is on a path to develop his skills as a portraiture artist, yet has to overcome the challenges set upon him by the…
Narisha
Narisha "Nish" Cash truly challenges the misconceived idea that the world of graffiti and street art is a man's world. Nish's journey of rebellion thrust her into a landscape where…
Warraba
Warraba's contemporary art's education has opened him to a world of exhibition where he chooses not to be confined to one type of practice. Growing up with a political awareness…
Libby
Known on the streets as Mz Murri Cod and living between two worlds, Libby Harward fuses her knowledge as a graffiti artist to develop artistic works exhibited in the modern…

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