Nimbin Street Art

Nimbin is home to amazing Street Art and is famous for it's shopfront murals, graffiti and sculptures.

The Nimbin Artscape  is continually evolving as people create, add to, replace and edit the 3D canvas that is Nimbin. Art is displayed in our shops, in cafes, on the walls of all buildings, in the park, toilets, bus shelters, fences, roads, footpaths and on the street.  With one of the highest population density of artists per capita in Australia it's no wonder.

 

Photos by Paris and Darmin 2012

The warrior - Mural on the wall between the Nimbin bakery and Grapevine Cafe, by Burri Jerome
Detail
Car Bonnet Art - Painted car bonnet leaning against the wall at the front of the Aboriginal Cultural Gallery.
Detail
Heart - Heart installation on the right hand side coming into Nimbin from Lismore.
Detail
One Mob - \"One Mob\" graffiti Rainbow Lane Nimbin.
Detail
Nimbin Street Art
Detail
Dingoes Nimbin mural - Mural on the front wall of the Nimbin Aboriginal Culture Centre
Detail
Nimbin Graffiti 1 - Found on a wall at the Nimbin Community Centre.
Detail
Heartman - Nimbin shop front Mural
Detail
Nimbin Bus Stop
Detail
Nimbin Directions sign - Nimbin signpost, mounted on the end of the verandah over the laundry.
Detail
Nimbin graffiti 2 - Graffiti Nimbin Community Centre
Detail
Nimbin Leaving Sign - Sign on the Northbound road leaving Nimbin before the bridge by Debbie Lee Blake 2004.
Detail
Allsop Park - Park Bench Allsop Park Nimbin NSW Australia
Detail
nimbin-says-no-to-violence
Detail
nimbin-welcome-sign1
Detail
nimbin-welcome-sign3
Detail
Mural Nimfm wall - Mural on the wall outside Nimfm Nimbin community radio station.
Detail
possum
Detail
rainbow-lane-chess
Detail
shop-mural4
Detail
 
 
Powered by Phoca Gallery