Lukas Mural

Artist: Lukas Kasper
Year: 2024
Location: 43 Perth Avenue, Albion

This mural created by Lukas Kasper brings to life a vibrant and lively local story. It features a series of visuals that capture the essence of the area in an imaginative and engaging manner.

The mural includes animals from the local environment such as the Kingfisher, Cunningham Skink, and Galah, all interacting with elements inspired by their surroundings. Firstly a bike to represent the locals that frequently visit the area, place-making visuals like bunting flags that showcase imagery from the #wearebrimbank signage displayed at the shop fronts and most notably a large 'W' that the Galah is flying away with. This same ‘W’ can be found atop the building as a sculpture, which has become an iconic symbol of this central meeting point for local business and the community alike.

With its unique style, vibrant colour palette, and lively local story, this mural resonates with both locals and visitors, aiming to elicit an instant smile from all who see it.

Lead Artist Bio

Brimbank studio artist Lukas Kasper’s art practices includes painting in all forms and specialising in murals and creating artworks out of recycled/carved skateboards. His interest in creating art began around 2009 in Queensland Australia through the influences of street art, graffiti and skateboarding.

The motive behind his work has matured over time focusing primarily on mental health, animals and environment. Lukas uses a series of painting techniques and distinct visuals to morph these worlds together through a unique display of monster imagery, colour usage, native flora and fauna and flowing line work. Lukas has exhibited, painted murals, completed artist residencies & hosted exhibitions throughout: Queensland, Sydney, Melbourne, Bali, Phuket, Vancouver, Seattle, LA, and Alaska.

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