멜버른의 한적한 골목이 수시로 바뀌는 포토그라피들로 관광명소가 되었다. 어딜가나 포토스팟! 포즈는 내 마음대로~ 누르는 셔터수만큼 멋진사진이 남는다. 한국사람들에겐 드라마 '미안하다 사랑한다'의 촬영지로 유명한 이 곳! '호져스레인거리'는 멜버른에 오면 들러야 할 명소 중 한 곳이다!
The artistic sense of the cat's street is derived from the Victorian buildings, in addition to the graffiti that can be met from time to time. There is a Hoiser Lane in the city, because graffiti has become one of the important attractions of the cat. When I was in the circle of friends, someone replied to me: "As an art student who graduated from the oil painting department, do you really think that these street graffiti can be regarded as art?" Strange, it must be high, and must be displayed in the museum. Can a work be called a work of art? Although graffiti is difficult to be elegant, its grounding makes the so-called art more interactive with the masses. The person who sees the work decides the possibility of re-creation, and there is nothing wrong with it, I like it. In the years after I graduated, I felt that it was better to go to the scene to see the expressions of others watching the works in the textbooks. In fact, most people should not read those treasures, but they are street graffiti. Can Bo people smile. The point is that the photo is still beautiful.
Melbourne's Graffiti Lane was chosen by Lonely Planet as the first choice for Australian cultural attractions. It is a paradise for graffiti and a holy place for graffiti art.
This alley is called Hosier Lane, adjacent to St. Paul's Cathedral. Not only can you enjoy a lot of unique graffiti art, but you can also see the graffiti master painting on the spot.
In this artistic place, I asked the street youth to borrow a skateboard, and it is also necessary to take a props.
In fact, many walls on the streets of Melbourne have graffiti, or characters, or animals, or image lines. In short, they are all personalized. The Graffiti Street at Hosier Lane in Hosier Lane is famous because it is a graffiti, the largest area, and the graffiti update speed is fast. In fact, some graffiti areas are quite dirty, that is, garbage dumps, but they can't stop the enthusiasm of everyone taking pictures, and they have come to visit here. The location is southeast of St. Paul's Cathedral, diagonally across the Federation Square, next to a Spanish restaurant, an alley. Everyone is taking pictures. In fact, through inkjet to express your own personality, it is quite a literary way, but also some painting talent, not everyone can be so beautifully painted. Perhaps the graffiti that I see now is gone in two days. There will always be more people coming here to create, leaving traces of creation. For tourists, this is the punching place, and the photo taking is over, it won't take too long.