Who are Australia's most inspiring street artists? We have put together a list of some very talented folk you should be looking out for next time you go for a wander.
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Street artists these days have more than run-ins with the law to look forward to. Earlier this year stencil artist, Luke Cornish (E.L.K.) became the first street artist to make the finals of the Archibald Prize while students of the National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) recently based their latest show, Lucy and the Lost Boy, on works from artists such as Urban Cake Lady and Vexta, whose pieces are pasted throughout Melbourne’s iconic laneways.
Australia’s incredibly active and diverse street art scene is recognised and appreciated both by local and international audiences.