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KATOOMBA STREET ART WALK by L7M Brazilian artist Luis Seven Martins, aka L7m, first encountered spray paint at age 13 and a whole new world of experimentation opened in front of him. Equally inspired by the beauty of life and its sorrows, L7m’s experimentation in mediums and technique eventually led to a complex and contradictory style that combines detailed realism surrounded by chaotic disarray. In 2015 L7m was in Katoomba in the Blue Mountains of Australia where he added this characteristic work in Beverly Place for the SAMA (Street Art Murals Australia) curated Street Art Walk. @l7matrix​ @streetartmuralsaustralia​ #art #streetart #urbanart #mural #graffiti #L7m #LuisSevenMartins #SAMA #StreetArtMuralsAustralia #AustraliaStreetArt #KatoombaStreetArt

KATOOMBA STREET ART WALK by L7M Brazilian artist Luis Seven Martins, aka L7m, first encountered spray paint at age 13 and a whole new world of experimentation opened in front of him. Equally inspired by the beauty of life and its sorrows, L7m’s experimentation in mediums and technique eventually led to a complex and contradictory style that combines detailed realism surrounded by chaotic disarray. In 2015 L7m was in Katoomba in the Blue Mountains of Australia where he added this characteristic work in Beverly Place for the SAMA (Street Art Murals Australia) curated Street Art Walk. @l7matrix​ @streetartmuralsaustralia​ #art #streetart #urbanart #mural #graffiti #L7m #LuisSevenMartins #SAMA #StreetArtMuralsAustralia #AustraliaStreetArt #KatoombaStreetArt

“MY LIVING ROOM” by Krimsone Growing up in Australia’s Blue Mountains Krimsone was introduced to spray paint by those around him in the graffiti scene. While moving to Sydney to pursue an art degree and learning traditional techniques and ideas, he never lost his love of painting on walls. With a style that he says “resonates around flora and fauna, imaginative style, constructive pattern, and color,” Krimsone says he rarely uses reference but rather explore ideas from his imagination. He also says that most of his mural work is now created through SAMA (Street Art Murals Australia), who also created Katoomba’s Street Art Walk in 2013. Krimsone added this imaginative scene to that Beverly Place project in 2016. @krimsone @streetartmuralsaustralia​ #art #streetart #urbanart #graffiti #mural #Krimsone #SAMA #StreetArtMuralsAustralia #KatoombaStreetArtWalk #KatoombaStreetArt #AustraliaStreetArt

“MY LIVING ROOM” by Krimsone Growing up in Australia’s Blue Mountains Krimsone was introduced to spray paint by those around him in the graffiti scene. While moving to Sydney to pursue an art degree and learning traditional techniques and ideas, he never lost his love of painting on walls. With a style that he says “resonates around flora and fauna, imaginative style, constructive pattern, and color,” Krimsone says he rarely uses reference but rather explore ideas from his imagination. He also says that most of his mural work is now created through SAMA (Street Art Murals Australia), who also created Katoomba’s Street Art Walk in 2013. Krimsone added this imaginative scene to that Beverly Place project in 2016. @krimsone @streetartmuralsaustralia​ #art #streetart #urbanart #graffiti #mural #Krimsone #SAMA #StreetArtMuralsAustralia #KatoombaStreetArtWalk #KatoombaStreetArt #AustraliaStreetArt

Missing my other home - Australia. So here’s some street art from Katoomba. By @adnate 🙌🏻💜 #Katoomba #bluemountains #katoombastreetartwalk #katoombastreetart #sydneystreetart #streetart #urbanart #publicart #art #wallart #mural

KATOOMBA STREET ART WALK by EARS Born into a creative family in the outer suburbs of Sydney, Daniel O’Toole played classical violin along with his aptitude for drawing. At age 24 O’Toole was a founding director of a Newtown, Sydney gallery but within a few years had turned to art practice full time, applying his diverse early interests to a spectrum of disciplines including film, live performance, and photography in addition to sound and painting. Having gained attention across Australia for his mural work, and adopting the moniker EARS for his unique public work, he created this 2015 work on Beverly Place in Katoomba for the @StreetArtMuralsAustralia (SAMA) organized Katoomba Street Art Walk. @captainearwax/ #art #streetart #urbanart #mural #graffiti #EARS #DanielOToole #SAMA #StreetArtMuralsAustralia #KatoombaStreetArt #BlueMountainsStreetArt #AustraliaStreetArt

KATOOMBA STREET ART WALK by EARS Born into a creative family in the outer suburbs of Sydney, Daniel O’Toole played classical violin along with his aptitude for drawing. At age 24 O’Toole was a founding director of a Newtown, Sydney gallery but within a few years had turned to art practice full time, applying his diverse early interests to a spectrum of disciplines including film, live performance, and photography in addition to sound and painting. Having gained attention across Australia for his mural work, and adopting the moniker EARS for his unique public work, he created this 2015 work on Beverly Place in Katoomba for the @StreetArtMuralsAustralia (SAMA) organized Katoomba Street Art Walk. @captainearwax/ #art #streetart #urbanart #mural #graffiti #EARS #DanielOToole #SAMA #StreetArtMuralsAustralia #KatoombaStreetArt #BlueMountainsStreetArt #AustraliaStreetArt