As we may have already mentioned once or twice (or twenty times) we love graffiti. So when an awesome Burnley resident came to us and said “I want you to come and paint the side of my house with graffiti” and then a year later said “hey can you come back now and paint the side of my neighbour’s house so we have a full laneway of graffiti” we have to admit… we did a little happy dance, both times. We love graffiti because that’s where we started but we also love it because it means we can get a bunch of artists together to all paint together and have a bit of fun.

Burnley Laneway focused shot

Burnley Laneway focused shot

For both of these walls we chose a different theme and set a colour scheme. This is something we commonly do for a graffiti production firstly because it can be fun to work to a theme but also because setting a colour scheme makes for a more cohesive production (and means we don’t have to pack a million cans of paint). Space and Tropicana are the themes for these walls.

Burnley Laneway front shot

Burnley Laneway front shot

This is a first class operation which has provided a result far in excess of what I could have hoped for. They [90 Degrees] are easy to work with, utterly reliable, and I simply cannot recomment them enough.

Mark Trescowthick
Burnley Laneway bird

Burnley Laneway bird

Burnley Laneway back of building

Burnley Laneway back of building

Burnley Laneway close up

Burnley Laneway close up

67 Cans of paint

32 Colours

96 Hours to paint

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