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Hoiser Lane has becomeÂ a landmark of urban art in Melbourne, and I used to love all the portraits and colourful murals that marked this quirky laneway. This street was truly embolic of the talent behind street artÂ and I loved that a lotÂ of itÂ pushed the envelopeÂ with cheekyÂ political undertones. I hadn’t been back in a couple of years until recently but while I was thereÂ I couldn’t help but be disappointed at what I saw. Sadly, some of the greatest bits of street art on this laneway had been defaced with bulky tags and I struggled to find more than a few pieces that really stood out for me.Â Not to mention, biggerÂ groups of fanny-pack bearings tourists than ever before seemed to have taken over this small space. Although the art will likely change soon enough, I feel as though this street I once loved has lost it’s touch.
Four huge piles of dirt- when surrounded by more dirt- can often be hard to pick up on as a point of interest, despite being hidden away behind several hundred metres of barbed wire fencing.
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