A thousand pictures
Across two walls,
Telling the stories
Of our lives
This is another photo I took while in Melbourne last month. It’s of Union Lane, a small lane off Bourke Street Mall in Melbourne. The location is well known for its street art and graffiti murals, the main bulk of which was approved by the City of Melbourne in 2010 and consists of art by dozens of artists painted over 5 months. You need a legal permit to officially paint here but unfortunately it’s also a prime target for unauthorised graffiti, as you can see in the photo.
Standing at one end and looking down these long walls of graffiti is quite a sight, a feeling I was trying to recreate with the photo. I didn’t get a chance to see Hosier Lane, which is even more well known for its street art, but hopefully will get to do that the next time I’m in Melbourne.
Photo and haiqua © CJ Levinson 2012
Update: A version I edited in black and white as well.
2 thoughts on “Looking Down Union Lane”
Stunning photo lad
Thanks! It was a great site to shoot. Really glad you like it.