The weekend is almost over and there is nothing better than preparing a colourful post full of Perth's street art on a Sunday night for you!
Some of you might remember my first post about Perth's street art. Well, I've been out and about a lot since then and discovered so much more. Graffitis and other street art awaits you behind every corner here! I learned that you just have to leave the main streets and look into backstreets, backyards and such.
I stumbled upon Prince Lane by chance because I had just grabbed a yummy coffee at La Veen at King and was instagraming and not paying attention to where I was going. Then I turned left and suddenly found myself in this magical little alleyway that's jam-packed with beautiful colourful art on the walls!
Car Park on Murray Street
So after I had spent ages in Prince Lane taking a million pictures I went down Murray Street in my polkadot rain coat with my coffee in one and my camera in the other hand. After a short walk I came across a car park with lots of different graffitis spread all over the surrounding walls. It's amazing how a grey boring concrete place like a car park is turned into a public outdoor gallery, isn't it?
One of the many alleyways you can reach from Murray Street is Wolf Lane - such a cool place! There are lots of hip and quirky little cafés and even more street art pieces there! It's like entering a different world when you leave one of Perth's busiest shopping streets and take a step into this alley to find yourself in a little hipster heaven.
I hope you enjoyed this second insight into Perth CBD's street art landscape? If yes make sure to drop in next time for more posts about the street art in other parts of the city, okay?!
Have a lovely Sunday!