Gamer, Geek, Gentleman. Library Guy, Sex Nerd, & Aesthetic Connoisseur from Melbourne, Australia.
I'm honest to a fault, I probably love everything you hate and I'm definitely NSFW
Taken with Instagram at Hot Rod Show
Drinks at Asian Beer Cafe with my lady. (Taken with Instagram at Cho Gao Asian Beer Cafe)
Down below. (Taken with instagram)
Twisted Stairs, Twisted Shadows. (Taken with instagram)
It’s almost criminal that I’ve lived here my whole life and never been to The State Library (Taken with instagram)
Kings Way: The History of Australian #Graffiti Melbourne 1983-1993. 370 pages and 10 years documenting the crews, artists and pieces that established the Graffiti scene in #Melbourne, Australia. #Books #StreetArt CC: @jpod34 (Taken with instagram)
Out of a news story on graffiti on the
Sandringham line from 1983.
Even though vandlised the reds were much
more fun to travel in than the plastic boxes we have now
The Paris end of Collins Street, Melbourne
by Mark Strizic
Amanda Palmer Goes Down Under
An Australia Day Spectacular
Wednesday 26 January
Palmer will be joined onstage by a motley crew of singers, storytellers and degenerates, including Neil Gaiman, writer of ‘The Sandman’ fame, sequined post-post-modern diva Meow Meow, Balkan lotharios Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen, controversial artist-provocateur - Hazel Dooney - will provide visual stimuli, plus more yet to be announced.
Tickets onsale Monday 8 November, 9am!
The Rites of Passage Festival celebrates the natural environment by showing, through positive example, just how possible it is to live in harmony with our surroundings. We’re aiming to be as eco-friendly as possible, showcasing everything from organic locally grown produce to eco-friendly tattoo supplies. It’s our firm belief that it’s possible to tread lightly without missing out on any of the indulgences we’ve come to depend on in our lives - and it’s for this reason that 100% of the profits made from the festival will go towards buying agricultural land, which will be replanted with native rainforest.
If you guys live in Australia, you should check it out. More info can be found here.
Can’t fucking wait. Excite!
At Red Benny’s on Chapel St last night for the very talented Angela McConnell’s: Burlesque - A Retrospective. Very cool…
I *really* need to go check this place out sometime soon.
Melbourne. Man, i used to walk by this laneway almost everyday.
I love how this image shows both change and continuity in the urban environment over the course of the past 80 years. While St Paul’s, Flinders Station, the Forum, and even the Manchester Unity Building may not dominate the skyline the way they used to, there’s something reassuring about the familiarity of the scene after all these years.
In the three and a half years I’ve lived here, I’ve really come to think of Melbourne as home, and I find my appreciation of this fine city only grows with time!
Melbourne was founded by na na na na na na Batman.
It was known at one time as Batmania
Link street art
I’m pretty sure this was in Melbourne somewhere. It’s long since degraded though.