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Adelaide Street Art: Peter Drews + Adelaide's Forgotten Outlaws « Previous | |Next »
November 15, 2011

Peter Drews latest street art project is 'Adelaide's Forgotten Outlaws!, which is based on paste ups of 1920's criminal’s mug shots. The Adelaide City Council has allowed the images---42 individual mug shots (21 sets of 2)--- to stay on the street long enough to be seen by the public for whom they were intended.

I've been wandering the streets of the CBD these last couple of days looking for them and then photographing them. Some have already disappeared.

DrewsPOutlaws.jpg Gary Sauer-Thompson, DrewsP, Adelaide's Outlaws, 2011

Then I realized that I was using the search for the pasteups to explore the city, as the search too me down alleyways that I don't really know.

| Posted by Gary Sauer-Thompson at 9:56 PM |