All Melbourne street tour guides are first and foremost “ARTISTS” and “PHOTOGRAPHERS”
They might not have normal tour guide behavior. They are real and honest and most of all passionate about art and what they do.
- all tour guides have working with children checks
- senior 1st aid certicicate
Check out the links below for a bit more info about the tour guides:
AKA Junky Projects moved to Melbourne from Newcastle in the ‘90s. Over the last decade he’s developed his unique street art style, using found objects and other junk to create and install “sentinels” in conspicuous locations in the city not only to amuse, but also to highlight society’s tendency to mindlessly over-consume. He also works in aerosols, painting and leading workshops with schools and disadvantaged youth. Daniel has been a tour guide and educator for Blender studios since 2011. junkyprojects.weebly.com
Ollie (aka Ruskidd) has been creating unique psychedelic pieces and has been actively painting the streets of Melbourne the age of 15. His works have been seen covering the sides of warehouses and on display at the National Gallery of Victoria.
began his artistic career doing graf in the ‘80s, before discovering his true passion: photography and photo-documenting street art. Today he is a leading street art photographer and commentator, and is chief photographer for Invurt, an online webzine focused on urban and street art in Australasia. He knows the artistic landscape of Melbourne’s laneways like the back of his hands, and he probably has photos of every iteration that came before it. www.invurt.com // David Russell Photography
has been visually adding to Melbourne’s street scene since 2009. He has painted walls in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane as well as parts of Europe. Despite his age he has many encounters with big names in the scene and knows a side of Melbourne that’s rarely seen.
is a successful fine artist whilst also being an important name within in the street art scene. He started out doing graf when he was 17 but after moving from Perth 5 years ago soon refined his skills as a Street Artist on the walls of Melbourne, developing an alluringly dark style. In 2012 he won Melbourne’s Secret Walls competition. www.facebook.com/diehancock