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Graffiti Tour of Frankston

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by Taneesha Davis (subscribe)
Taneesha Davis is a writer and editor living on the Mornington Peninsula. Visit girlbossmag.com.au for more.
Published May 19th 2019
A tour of Frankston with a twist
Settled amongst the hustle and bustle of the Frankston CBD is a catalyst of art projects hidden among back streets, alleyways and car parks. Blink and you might miss them, but we promise these artworks are not ones to be missed!

Bayside Shopping Centre

The Bayside Shopping Centre and surrounding laneways is where the graffiti is really happening around Frankston. With so many laneways and malls weaving around the centre, is the perfect place to have a leisurely stroll around and check out the insanely talented artwork from the locals.

All The Green Year Thompson Lane



All This Mayhem Oslen Street



As She Lay Stiebel Place



Beast Mode Gallery Lane



Counterbalance Beach Street



Emerge Gallery Lane



Hypnagogia Gallery Lane



Mary Jayne Gallery Lane



Order 55 Stiebel Place



Plover Lover Keys Street



Purple Platypus In Pollution Gallery Lane



Resurrection Stiebel Place



Sam Songalio Gallery Lane



Smug Park Lane



Students Against Graffiti Wells Lane



The Graceful Ascent Ross Smith Ave



Library

A little bit further out from the shopping centre, but close enough to Bayside Shopping Centre that you can make a walking tour out if it, is the Frankston Library. The library has been completely transformed into a book lovers paradise, with stacked books adorning the side, and favourite characters from Alice in Wonderland to be found too.

Alice In Wonderland Playne Street



Stacked Bookshelves Playne Street



Peeta Ead Playne Street (As part of the Frankston Arts Centre)



Cube 37

If you'd prefer the warmth of indoors, and art that can be hung on a wall (compared to art on a wall!), you'll enjoy the array of art displayed at Cube 37. Cube 37 sits right next to the Frankston Arts Centre, a smaller adjoining building hosting the best of what local artists have to offer. A whole range of different art is showcased here, from paintings to sculptures, to digital art. There is a new showcase and exhibition every few months so it is worth checking out as the season's change.

You can take a self-guided tour through all the wonderful artwork Frankston has to offer, or you can book a guided tour of Frankston's graffiti here.
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Where: Frankston
Cost: Free - $10
Your Comment
The skeleton is incredible, but I think my favourites are the White Rabbit and Books.
by Bryony Harrison (score: 4|12388) 30 days ago
True works of art Taneesha, it's almost an insult to call them graffiti considering the usual bad image graffiti has. Neil.
by Neil Follett (score: 2|160) 30 days ago
I love the stacked bookshelves. So creative!
by Amanda I (score: 2|688) 29 days ago
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