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Twoone and Bonsai Grand Lane

Twoone and Bonsai kindly contributed 

images of their Grand Theatre Lane piece, 

which you can see above.

Twoone and Bonsai were recently commissioned

to produce the stunning 100 metre piece in

Perth which has revitalised Grand Theatre Lane.

Bonsai and Twoone exhibited at a number of

galleries last year including at; 1000 £ Bend,

The Gorker Gallery and No vacancy, Melbourne.

Twoone, Born in Yokohama, Japan in 1985

moved to Melbourne at the age of 18 and studied

visual art at Swinburne University and works with,

amongst other things paint, wood and lino.

Bonsaiís works include; mural painting, signage,

interior design, fashion design, illustration and

product design, and has produced work for

The John Butler Trio and Redbull.

You can find Twoone at

and Bonsai at

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Special thanks to these people who have

helped heaps with


Savas Vavayis and the team from

who built this website so we could afford to get

it up and running.


Deej for allowing us to display an image of a piece

of his art.


Twoone and Bonsai for allowing us to display 

images of their Grand Theatre Lane art.


Alan Miller, IT expert, for weaving some code

magic and fixing up to make it

look as good as it does today. Brilliant.


Peter Lees, who has uploaded a ton of

information onto the website assisting

countless of us. Thanks Pete.


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Deej Kinky

Deej hails from Perth and doesnít class himself as

street artist, but we love it anyway.

Deej says his style is a mix of hip hop culture, comic

books, graff movies, gangster movies and beautiful


Into local hip hop culture, Deej has collaborated for

many years with the Syllabolix crew; Downsyde,

Drapht, Hunter, Layla, Clandestien, Funkola, Fdel,

Porsah Laine etc and provided graphical support

for SBX shows and CDs.

After studying at Central TAFE in Perth, Deej put on an

exhibition at ABD The Gallery, Perth, in October last

year and was featured on ABC TV.

Click on the link below to watch the ABC article:

Be sure to have a look at Deejís work on his website at