Behind the Artwork #3

This piece of art is pretty straight forward to me. You know what you’re getting with it and it doesn’t need a deep message to relate. This was also found in Beverly Place, Katoomba and by searching the tag the artist left I found him pretty easily.

I also found the artists website this way and Pat Hunter, going under then name Ink Hunter, states why he creates art.

From his website it states:

“giving life into dead spaces”

“The Walls in public spaces are often oppressive and do little to touch the consciousness of the pedestrians that walk next to them. Inkhunter creates branded Art Work. It is street art that works to enrich the spaces it uses as a canvass. Inkhunter creations breathe new life into these spaces to make the walls we used to ‘un-see’, to become engaging & noticeable. We make the public landscapes richer and more rewarding.”

I do agree some of our streets can be incredibly dull and uninspiring, so I greatly appreciate the artists desire to change this, one piece at a time.


Artist: Pat Hunter a.k.a Ink Hunter

Location: Katoomba, NSW, Australia

Insta/Website: @inkhunterartist


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