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.

matt-adnate-street-art

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…

Enjoy!

Saxon

Travel is my passion and also my career. I’ve spent my entire working-life in the travel industry with roles as diverse as tour guide, travel agent and marketing manager for some of the worlds largest travel brands. My favourite city in the world to visit is NYC and France is my most beloved country to explore. I travel to learn and observe to understand always with camera in hand.

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