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Supporting Artist and Truly Deeply Design Alumni; Sahil Silk Roy

We love supporting our creative community and promoting their exceptional talent, in particularly multi-disciplinary artist and Truly Deeply Design Alumni Sahil Silk Roy’s latest artistic venture as co-curator and one of the exhibiting artists in Undercurrent II. Opening this Friday night at BSIDE Gallery in Fitzroy,…

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Bollard Art: The Positive Force of Melbourne’s Latest Street Art

Graffiti and street art have long been an engaging medium for voices of social change, protest, or expressions of community desire, proving it can be a positive force in our community. A good example of this is the response we have seen on the streets…

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Clinton 4 Trump – Local street artist Lushsux gets all US election on us

A fresh piece of street art has gone-up overnight in Gwynne Street, Cremorne showing Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump getting it on. The best piece of election coverage I’ve seen. Check it if you’re in the hood and give Lushsux some ups. Photo: Justin McManus.

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Another successful Art With Heart

Thank you from all of us at Truly Deeply We’re still on a high after another hugely successful Art with Heart evening last week. What a night! We’ve been overwhelmed by the generosity so far, our Truly Deeply community reaches far and wide and was so…

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Controversial blue lane puts artist's brand under pressure

Melbourne artist, Adrian Doyle, outrages street art community by painting iconic lane blue. Melbourne’s iconic street art locations seem to be experiencing a dumbing-down, with some spaces descending into a chaotic mess of artless tagging. Rutledge Lane (a small alley off Melbourne’s iconic Hosier Lane)…

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Slinkachu's Street Art designed for disrupting the everyday

It is no secret that everyone today is busier, more stressed and exposed to more information than ever before.  With so much going on it is all too easy to get wrapped up in our own thoughts without giving any consideration to those around us.…

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A mark of colour love

In our lives as brand designers we spend alot of time and energy watching how brands express themselves around the world. Others view these advertisements as a visual intrusion; an abrupt, unwanted diversion from our otherwise cohesive cityscapes. For the last 25 years French artist OX…

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A Different View (Paris)

A Week of Learning Recently I spent an amazing four days in Barcelona with 300 of the worlds leading entrepreneurs attending a learning university. The learning events were fascinating, and the company stimulating to say the least. A quick Google of the speakers and fellow…

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A Different View (Barcelona)

A Week of Learning Last week I spent an amazing four days in Barcelona with 300 of the worlds leading entrepreneurs attending a learning university. The learning events were fascinating, and the company stimulating to say the least. A quick Google of the speakers and…

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