Psychedelic and graphic. Geometric yet organic. Full-volume, full-on colour.
So many ways to describe the street art style of Beastman (Brad Eastman), who has been commissioned by LandCorp for their Claremont on the Park development, working in collaboration with FORM and the Town of Claremont. His unique approach to art is being brought to Claremont to coincide with FORM's PUBLIC2016 festival of art and urban activation and the Town of Claremont's Art Transforming Claremont month.From 6-9 April the Bali-based, Australian artist will be painting a 55m long hoarding on Shenton Road, at the intersection of Davies Road, which is part of LandCorp's Claremont on the Park development. Helping him will be local students from Methodist Ladies' College and Scotch College.
Beastman is a regular contributor to the Perth urban art scene and well respected by the art community.
LandCorp's chief operating officer Dean Mudford said "As LandCorp's Claremont on the Park development extends to either side of Shenton Road, we are excited that this mural will provide a visual connection between the main development site around the oval and the Goods Shed which FORM are transforming into Perth's newest creative and community hub when it opens in a couple of months."
"Beastman was recommended by FORM as his work is dynamic and will incorporate a playful dimension with the cut outs to allow visibility through to the car park, which was important," he said.LandCorp are proud sponsors of FORM's PUBLIC Platform event in Claremont and the Town of Claremont's Art Transforming Claremont festival which will feature work by around 25 local designers and artists throughout the heart of Claremont.
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