Graffiti artists' work enriches Lock Street

21st September 2017 11:53 AM
Artists Travis 'Drapl' Vinson (left) and Treazy (second from right) with Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery president Keith Brownjohn and Cr Rod Kelly. Artists Travis 'Drapl' Vinson (left) and Treazy (second from right) with Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery president Keith Brownjohn and Cr Rod Kelly. Border Post

GRAFFITI artist Travis 'Drapl' Vinson has left his mark on Stanthorpe once again, this time collaborating with artist Treazy.

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The beginning of the Lock St mural. Border Post

This latest work brings a bit of Girraween National Park into Lock St.

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Half-way through finishing the new mural. Border Post

"We wanted something that is good for the whole town,” Treazy said. "It's a crowd- pleaser.”

"Everyone just wants to see a bit more colour around the place,” Drapl said.

Artist Travis 'Drapl' Vinson gives the new mural the final touch.
Artist Travis 'Drapl' Vinson gives the new mural the final touch. Kim Micke

The new, localised mural was a project realised by the Southern Downs Regional Council and the Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery.

Cr Rod Kelly said the mural was a work of art.

"You look at this and it would please everybody's eye,” he said.