Blender Lane artwork

Blender Lane and its artwork is the most visible legacy of a concept first created by celebrated street artist Adrian Doyle during the year 2000. While an extensive rundown of Blender Studios can be found here, the practice's aim is simple - "Blender has become more of an art complex and ideas factory where nearly anything goes. It is self-sustainable and tries to bring art to everyone."

To that end  Blender Lane off 110 Franklin St, Melbourne now pays homage to Blender Studios with a body of work from a variety of artists that is regularly changing. Whilst art installation such as those below appear occasionally, Blender Lane is best known for its free-hand paintings.

Having never heard of Blender Lane until earlier this year I paid the Lane a visit recently, with camera in tow.

Blender studio and Lane entrance off Franklin St

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