Amber-rose Hulme is a Melbourne based pastel artist. Currently, Amber-rose’s artistic focus is the interaction between the decaying nature of the urban landscape and architecture, and the overlaid conversations of street art, and of street artists.

“Everything stopped. The bustling streets of Melbourne are empty. The constantly evolving graffiti laden walls of the city stand frozen. Layers of paint that would have repeatedly been covered are left unexpectedly to peel and age as we are locked away.”

On loan from Spiegelworld Impresario Extraordinaire’s private collection.

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