The Pillars Project is an Outdoor Art Gallery, with large scale Street Art pieces located at South Brisbane, Australia.

 
 
 
 
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ADNATE

The desire behind painting an indigenous portrait is to connect with each individual viewer on a deeper level, even if it’s just for a moment, to provoke emotion, thought, conversation, and bring about awareness of the issues facing Aboriginal people today.

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FRANK & MIMI

In response to locality, the Brisbane river is represented as an oversized brush stroke as both the alluring shore on which the siren sits, and the path between the mainland and the ocean - the connector between self and greater collective consciousness.

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DRAPL

Influenced by local musician called James 'Laneous' Lane who is in a band called Laneous and The Family Yah.

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FINTAN MAGEE

Entitled “Flood”, Fintan draws on personal experience with the 2011 Brisbane floods and explores greater issues of climate change and the environment.

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SIMON DEGROOT

Experimenting with image forms and histories in order to reimagine these forms in a contemporary context.

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GUIDO VAN HELTEN

Addressing issues of the cultural divide between white and Indigenous Australian cultures in contemporary Australia.

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MIK SHIDA

Figures roam the pylons, as if appearing from another realm.

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GUS EAGLETON

Capturing the beauty and wonder a city life can offer. The hummingbird, being a symbol of resilience, a hard work ethic and being able to enjoy life, and the hibiscus a symbol of diversity and power over your future, and the blossom reminds us of the transience of life.

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GIMIKS BORN

A young Indigenous woman garbed in purple presiding over an enchanted forest scene — a mother earth figure symbolic of hope.

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