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The Wanderers

The Wanderers

The Wanderers

The Wanderers is a documentary series profiling six of Australia's most exciting street artists as they take their work on the road, exploring the influence of new environments on their individual artistic styles.

The Wanderers - Guido Van Helten

Guido van Helten ventures to Manildra, in rural New South Wales, to use a working freight train as a canvas and paint a series of local portraits.

The Wanderers - Elliott Routledge

Elliott Routledge journeys to a remote Aboriginal community in the Tiwi Islands where he paints a series of artworks, and learns about the artistic history, cultural practices, and techniques from local indigenous artists.

The Wanderers - Georgia Hill

Georgia Hill brings her monochromatic lettering and pattern work to the central highlands of Tasmania, where she explores the history and remoteness of the area and paints a 10 metre mural in the historic town of Tarraleah.

The Wanderers - DabsMyla

Los Angeles based duo, DabsMyla, return to Australia to paint a mural in the heart of Surry Hills, Sydney. The 20 metre-tall mural serves a homage to one their earliest artistic inspirations, Brett Whiteley.

The Wanderers - Amok Island

Amok Island journeys to the Heron Island Research facility, learning about the ecology of the area and seeking inspiration via underwater photography, before painting a mural at a nearby abandoned marine park.