As part of the 10-day street art festival, ‘Can’t Do Tomorrow’ Just Another along with the team at Can’t Do Tomorrow and Southern Short-haul Railway managed 55+ Australian artists to transform a 22 carriage freight train into Australia’s largest moving art gallery. Once painted, the train is continuing its normal duties by heading north and picking up the current grain harvest before returning and parking outside the festival.
This partnership has enabled us to begin a new conversation between artists and the public.
“At Can’t Do Tomorrow, we have made every effort to honour the passion and authenticity of the urban art scene. Melbourne could not have a true urban art festival without fully acknowledging its roots as a place where the scene originated and developed from. The combination of an ever-evolving urban environment and a wild creative culture in Melbourne had a huge impact on the development and honing of many individual artists and writers, as well as on the scene as a whole.”
“Graffiti has shaped this city for decades. Since then many new writers and crews have helped continue this transformation from pure graffiti into urban and street art; becoming a collaboration of all things creatively expressed in public form. This collaboration offers up an opportunity to highlight the best of Melbourne’s graffiti writers and artists, in the largest moving public art gallery in Australia.”
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VIDEOGRAPHY BY AUSSIE_RAIL
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