Storytelling Street Art – Miso and BUFFdiss


Absolutely love this wheatpaste, masking tape piece by 21-year old artist Miso in collaboration with BUFFdiss. Located in Centre Place, Melbourne, the street art has an almost a three-dimensional effect to it because of the unique placement and the way in which it was photographed.

Miso shares a studio with her partner, street artist/illustrator and My Modern Met favorite, Ghostpatrol. Watch an interesting short documentary about them, here.

Miso



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Countless Glittering Stars Illuminate a Dreamy World Below

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