Shed180 is an Outdoor Art Gallery created upon the exterior of a beautiful historic building in an industrial area within West Melbourne.
Working with the owners of the site the Gallery was created over a six month period in 2015 and will remain in place for 4-5 years as part of a broader transformation of the area into a mixed use zone. As the precinct transforms and develops, the bricks from the Shed will be removed carefully and be reused within either an exhibition space or artist in residence studio space. The Urban art upon Shed180 celebrates a wide range of different forms of expression that make our city vibrant.

Artist: Makatron & Conrad
Artist: Lucy Lucy & Slicer
Artist: Aaron McKenzie
Artist: Buff Diss
Artist: ID Crew
Artist: Be Free & Mupz



DPGallery 385 Bourke St – Co Working Space Commissions

Alleycat Creative was engaged to assist the Dexus Group with the curation of two artists to be included in the gallery collection within a recently refurbished Co Working space at 385 Bourke Street.
Local Melbourne Artists were selected to compliment and contrast to other artists within the Co Working space and ‘to bring some of the outside in’.
Artworks were created directly upon the wall surfaces in November 2015.

Artists: Klara
Artist: Be Free




South City Square Woolloongabba

Alleycat Creative has been engaged to work with Pellicano and Perri Projects creating an urban Art Strategy for a Development in Woolloongabba Brisbane.
The Development of the South City Square precinct will include a very strong visual public art presence throughout the public areas.
To set the tone for exciting public art to come, Alleycat Creative managed two preliminary public art initiatives in October 2015.

(1) The End of the Line Festival performance piece
An artist was engaged to paint live at the End of The Line Festival upon wooden panels.
The artwork was painted during the festival so the public could enjoy viewing the process and be introduced to the creative aspects of the new precinct. This artwork is to be displayed at the Development site.
Artist: Gimiks Born created a pink and blue mermaid and river bull shark

(2) Artwork created on Development Site
An artist was engaged to create an ‘experimental piece’ (whatever they wanted) upon an existing blank wall on the Development site. The idea behind this is to engage the public and celebrate artistic expression even in the early days of the building process.
Artist: The Zookeeper



Depo 8 – Creative Working Space Commission Piece

Alleycat Creative assisted Depo 8 transform a previous white wall in their co working office into a vibrant feature wall within the office space.
The brief was to install a hand painted design that reflected playfulness, creativity, people and the local surrounds of Prahran yet also compliment the existing 1970′s style interior fit out.
The effect is a colourful, elegant design incorporating solid colours and fine line whimsical elements.
The artwork was installed in November 2015.

Artist: Klara

The Gemba Group Board Room

Alleycat Creative was engaged to help deliver the concept of an engaging and interactive artwork upon the walls of the Boardroom in Gemba’s Melbourne office.
Gemba’s concept was a collection of 15 very different people standing in line, all waiting to buy tickets from a ticket booth. Each individual character represents a consumer of sport and entertainment found in the world of Gemba’s insights business. Each individual illustration has a QR code on their body that can be scanned to reveal a profile of the person. The art work was created in June 2015.

Artist: iandtheothers

Private Commission Melbourne

This is an example of one of the many private commission hand made art works facilitated and managed by Alleycat Creative.
The artist created a 2.5 meter by 3.5 meter hand illustrated art work featuring an elk head using pastel crayons drawn directly onto the wall surface.
The artwork was installed in February 2015.

Artist: Twoone

The Eureka Hotel

The Owners of the Eureka Hotel Geelong were looking to refresh their entire 7 room venue using a combination of Street art and quirky refurbishment.
Alleycat Creatives preference was to predominantly use recycled, vintage or pre-loved items through the refurb.
Alleycat Creative was engaged to (a) design the Creative Concepts for the 7 different personalities of the areas in the venue, (b) source the quirky items for the space, (c) work alongside the Client to manage aspects of the interior design aspects of the refurbishment and (d) curate the collection and project manage the installation of several Street Art works within each of the areas of the venue.
A curated team of 18 Street Artists were commissioned to install their works directly upon the wall surfaces within the rooms.
The refurb occurred over a 3 week period in June 2013.
The result is a total transformation of a ‘soul-less’ space into a warm, interesting, atmospheric venue, filled with personality inviting visitors to question, explore and play.

Forte Magazine Issue 563 July 2013 Pg 43
Article here







1 min Video Eureka Re-Born

The Bridge Hotel, Richmond

Alleycat Creative provides street art consultancy to the Bridge Hotel, Richmond, co-ordinating a team of local Melbourne underground artists to create layers of interest and colour throughout the recently renovated space.

The Hotel contains a full Melbourne-esque open air cobblestone laneway running down the middle connecting several eclectic dining alcoves and quirky drinking nooks.

A group of street artists were present at the opening event installing their works on wall surfaces.

Alleycat is working with the Hotel in an on-going sense developing the street art throughout the venue, curating various street art ‘event’s / exhibitions.

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