Street Art Explosion

Following the success of 2016, Street Art Explosion is back for 2017!

World renowned artist James Cochran AKA Jimmy C is on board as an official Ambassador this year and along with local artists will be presenting a special street art exhibition. The 2017 Street Art Exhibition will feature newly commissioned works covering all corners of Adelaide's CBD and suburbs and blank walls will be bursting to life once more.

You can download a digital copy of the 2017 Street Art Explosion map to start exploring the amazing works in and around Adelaide.

You can also click to download tailored walking maps for the East End, South Side and West End of Adelaide's CBD, that also feature information about the works and artists!

This year's brand new works are scattered throughout Adelaide and its surrounds - here's where you can find amazing new work from incredible artists:

Chesser Lane - Corner of Coromandle  Street and Chesser Lane, Adelaide
Jimmy C, Order 55, Elizabeth Close, Aurelia Carbone, Mimby Jones Robinson

Kilburn Community Centre - 59 Gladstone Avenue, Kilburn
Jack Fran

Colonnades Shopping Centre - Near Burgess Drive, 54 Beach Road, Noarlunga Centre
Lisa King

Warradale Hotel - 234 Diagonal Road, Warradale
Jack Fran

Westfield Tea Tree Plaza - 976 North East Road, Modbury - Near cinema entrance
AZZURRO

City of Onkaparinga: Noarlunga Council Chambers - Ramsay Place, Noarlunga Centre
Tayla Carlaw and Adam Poole Mottishaw (Tarns One) 

James Place - Off Rundle Mall, Adelaide CBD
Ella aka InkAndRubyStudios

Elizabeth City Centre - Myer Centre, 50 Elizabeth Way, Elizabeth
Mimby Jones Robinson

Paste The Hills - Childs Road off Old Princes Highway between Mount Barker and Littlehampton
Wendy Dixon-Whiley

We've created a digital map so you can choose the sites you'd like to go and see in person! Just zoom in and click on the sites to see a larger image of the artwork and see its address.If you find an amazing work tweet it to us with the location and the the #ADLfringe hastag and we'll be sure to include it!

Time Lapse Videos from the 2016 Street Art Explosion

     

               

Image: Lucas Croall, Gabriel Cole, Aida Azin, Kasper Schmidt Mumm