Street Art. A brand new Adnate.

Most people are pretty loath to change very much. It’s innate human behaviour from what I have observed over the years.

It’s also harder to change than not to change. So lucky me when I changed the way I drove home this week. I only changed my normal route by one street and look what I found!

New Adnate.

If you look through the posts I have published about street art here on Thirty Summers you will see an obvious penchant I possess for the work of Melbourne street artist Adnate.

In fact it hasn’t even been a week since I posted a bio about him such is my love of his urban art.

So imagine then my complete surprise when I changed my route home during the week and stumbled across this new work. To say that I was delighted is an understatement.


Adnate is very a la mode with galleries around the world and can charge hefty fees for commission works. He is an artist in-demand globally so being able to view a new piece of his on the streets of my local neighbourhood is something that I don’t take for granted these days.

It is really superfluous to say why Adnate is so popular and busy as an artist. These images do all that much better than I can with words. So I will simply sign off and say…


About Saxon

I'm passionate about travelling, music, photography, blogging, 'Social Anthropology' (the posh term for people-watching) and creating content. I travel to learn and observe to understand. My dream day would look something like this.... A bottle of red (or two), fresh baguette (or two) & wedge of Camembert (or two), a balmy Paris September eve spent people-watching in fine company on the banks of the Canal St Martin.

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