In the heart of Brunswick, Sunshine Lane is an ever evolving laneway and a creative mecca for some of Melbournes finest artists. 
Cam Scale with his No War piece at the back of the laneway

For years Sunshine Lane has been a painting safe heaven for Melbourne artists.

Supported by Dean Sunshine, who owns the factories on which the laneway is located, the walls are continually refreshed by local and international artists, displaying a diversity across all forms of graffiti and street art.

Some of the artists who have painted in Sunshine Lane include Hush, Vexta, Shida, Phibs, Makatron, Unwell Bunny, Adnate, Mysterious Al, Kaff-eine, Bail, Heesco, Dvate, Damien Mitchell, Slicer, Deams, Dscreet, Scale, E.L.K., Will Coles, Junky Projects, Jack Douglas, Drab, Apeseven, Pawn, Hancock, Taylurk, Mr Penfold, Rashe, Itch, BMD, Ling and many more., 

In October 2014, the laneway was most recently repainted with a political “Fight The Power” theme by a large array of artists.

Street view preview for Sunshine lane, most of the pieces here in this exhibition are still present in the laneway
Bailer, with NZ artist BMD in the top left.
Rsume & Putos
Slicer & Lucy Lucy
S4beth
New Zealand artists BMD with a piece by Bryan Itch below
Naktar
KONG
Dvate with his Molotow cocktail piece
Rews
Another finely executed Rsume piece
Jack Douglas and the killer slug
Silk Roy
Props
Ling
Rews
Gheto
Unwell Bunny
Pawn
Slicer
Tony Abbot as the devil, by Heesco
Dvate
Credits: Story

Photographer — Dean Sunshine
Curators — Fletcher Andersen (Facter), Dean Sunshine, Luke McManus

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