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3rd mural in the series by Rone(street artist) that have been put in in the last 3 weeks in the Tenderloin neighborhood. This one is adorns the Outsiders nightclub/local dive/pool bar. Amazing watching the artists create these beautiful pieces of art. Or, just stumble across it on your everyday routine and think to yourself. Hmmm. was that there yesterday?...
Rone (born 1980) is a notable street artist living in Melbourne, Australia.
Rone grew up in the city of Geelong, Victoria before making the move to Melbourne. In 2002, Rone started out decorating skateboards and skate parks. Since then, his work has spread to the streets and inner-city laneways of Melbourne and into some galleries and exhibitions. Rone lives in a small flat so he uses Stencil Art as a creative outlet; in 2003 police caught Civilian and Rone at the Canterbury “Empty Show” (illegal exhibitions held in derelict buildings) although no criminal charges were ever laid. Rone loves skateboarding and works as a graphic designer from the Everfresh studios in Collingwood. On graffiti, Rone says:
"I always had a respect for graffiti. There was something about it that appealed to me, I think it was the risk of putting something up that will be judged by so many, the risk that someone will hate it and paint over it, or it will be praised by someone you’ll never meet."
Rone and his work appear in RASH, Australians first feature documentary on street art and graffiti. RASH explores the cultural value of street art and graffiti in Australia.
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