The Road Belongs to All of Us



Thanks to TAC and City of Melbourne, we had the opportunity to create a mural spanning 100m at Central Pier Docklands. Curated by the Blender Creatives team, we worked with 7 artists, to explore the use of bike lanes across different suburban area of Melbourne. The project intention was to engage with the community and encourage safe cycling, whilst celebrating the launch of 40km of newly installed kerbside protected bike lanes across the City. These new bike lanes will connect into Melbourne’s existing bike lane network and provide safe, efficient and a sustainable transport alternative. With this brief, the mural design encompassed suburban imagery with maps of the city and bike lanes, portraits of community members, vibrant cycling motifs, and ofcourse, magpies. All of these were surrounding the bold statement 'The Road Belongs to All of Us'. It was a great time installing the work with this crew of artists, check out the work In progress...



Final Mural


Project Details

Size | 100m x 2.5m, commissioned by TAC, City of Melbourne and Creative Victoria. Location | Central Pier, Docklands

Artists included (From mural left to right) | Adrian Doyle and Supansa, Adnate, Lucy Lucy, Luke Presto, Kaff-eine, George Rose, Geoffrey Carran.





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