Take in a slice of Melbourne's silicon valley and the art that is springing up between startups and tech companies!
Starting at Richmond station - possibly the easiest place to get to on public transport, you'll walk for half an hour through Cremorne, taking in a number of cafes, pubs and restaurants, making this a perfect lunchtime stroll. Some fantastic pieces of street art along the way too!
A huge whale, by Makatron, and a whole host of other fun pieces of art to brighten up the daily commute.
One of Melbourne's best known venue's for up and coming bands, this place is home to some excellent nights. During the day, check out the car park which is full of art, including a large piece by Bode
Take a walk on the wild side and enjoy this monochrome Lou Reed tribute piece.
Need I say more? You may be lucky enough to spot an older piece of work by Adate here too.
A piece of public art that is regularly defaced and then repaired, because not everyone thinks horse racing is a good thing. Pretty cave painting kind of style to my mind.
A wall that has been covered by a number of artists, almost exclusively in shades of green. The centrepiece is a tribute by artist Dvate to his father.
A collection of pieces that I always ejoy seeing from the train on my way into town!
This place does amazing sandwiches and great coffee. A regular spot for Melbourne shock artist Lush - love him or hate him, he does make me laugh!
The eyes - I can't help but wonder what this innocent young boy is thinking whenever I see him, wonderful wall.
What a striking feature this building has been transformed into thanks to Beastman.