Jack Fran - New addition to Bendigo's street art scene
Slowing Traffic with an intersection painting
The community surrounding Wolstencroft Reserve helped paint this road mural to slow the traffic in the area. This is along a shared section the Back Creek Art Trail.
An unofficial colab with David Snowden. He painted the bird several years ago but Handlebar had to install a firewall before opening its doors to the public which covered half of his mural. Several years later we got the call up to paint over the boring concrete wall, we decided to keep his amazing bird as the feature and add the foliage around it.
Pat Thompson's work on Project Underpass
Pat designed and painted Williamson Street Bridge, it’s the middle Bridge along the Back Creek Trail in Bendigo. This Cycling Underpass helps cyclists and walkers avoid busy traffic.
Pennyweight Walk Launch
It’s a must visit street art laneway of Bendigo, just around the corner from large scale murals on Bendigo Bank Central.
Handlebar foliage mural
We utalised an existing mural (David Snowdons bird) to create a more interesting and engaging space where the bird is peering through the forrest.
Jack Fran Mural, Bath Lane, Bendigo
You’d almost think you’re in Melbourne with this amazing new piece of street art in Bendigo.
We brought 3 Melbourne Street Artists to Bendigo to display their works in Pennyweight Walk.
Community Road Intersection Painting
As part of a Pop Up Park event at Wolstencroft Reserve in Bendigo, we harnessed the power of the community to paint this huge intersection with the aim of slowing traffic along this shared path.
Wax Gallery - Custom Typograpy
We designed and painted a customised typography piece to put some finishing touches on the brand new Wax Gallery building. Located on Mitchell Street Bendigo.
Project Underpass Artist Walk
We partnered with Bike Bendigo to bring 3 cycling underpasses to life with Street Art as part of Project Underpass along the Back Creek Trail.
Bendigo Cafe Mural - Mug Shot
A black and white mural complimented the fit out of the Bednigo Cafe Perfectly
FYB Office artwork
We painted this custom artwork at the Melbourne FYB office.
Bendigo Cafe Mug Shot - Mural
A fun mural at Latrobe Bendigo's newest Cafe.
Mr Dimples epic mural for Project underpass
He’s a prolific Street Artist in Bendigo. You’ll see his small stencils and paste up’s covering the streets of Bendigo. This huge mural shows off some of Mr Dimples best work.
Hebron Films Mural in Bendigo
A super fun mural that brightens up the Hebron Films office space and shows the personality of the business.
Jack trying his luck at Bendigo Bank Central
We worked with Bendigo Bank Central to turn this oddly placed beam into a chalkboard artwork. Thanks to Toli and Reece for pulling this chalk mural together.
Hebron Films Mural in Bendigo
Can you spot the movie references in this mural? There's at least 3 iconic images hidden within the graphics on this wall.
Sunset beach scene in Melbourne FYB office
We painted this huge 9m office space using aerosol for the background colour and hand painted the shadows.
Wolstencroft Park Road Intersection Painting
This is literally ‘street art’. With the help of the Bendigo community we painted a huge mural that aims to slow the traffic fort safer cycling and walking along this shared section of Back Creek Trail.
Vim & Zeal Chalk Signage
Getting juicy with a custom chalk design for a new Bendigo Burger Café.
Central Accident Repairs Bendigo - Mural
A sweet project that worked to tied in the personality of each staff member.