Latest Perfect Match art hits the streets

Tuesday 7 September 2021

Inner West Council’s Perfect Match street art program is continuing to support and connect artists and communities throughout lockdowns.

Perfect Match is a unique Council initiative tackling unwanted graffiti and fostering legitimate creative expression and art in public spaces.

The program brings artists, residents, businesses, property owners and community partners together to collaboratively create fantastic new street artworks in public places.

Property owners are invited to find their Perfect Match by nominating their wall to be transformed by an artist. Artists submit their designs and ideas.

The 2021 suite of street art is well underway. Three recently completed works are:

Give and Take by Reubszz
On Reubens Gym, 137 Victoria Road Marrickville

All Sorts by Kim and Nico
On the Old Lolly Shop corner, 9 Camden Street Newtown

Goolay'yari by David Cragg (pictured)
Choice building, Carrington Road Marrickville

Works due to be completed in October include:

Under the Sea by Neil Tompkins (Birdhat) and Digby Webster
Kays Ave (east) Marrickville
A mix of extravagant ocean life and everyday animals of the Inner West. Digby Webster and Neil Tomkins were finalists in the Archibald last year and continue their collaborative experience in this exciting work.

Animal Creatures of Salmon Playground by Tim Andrew
Station Street Newtown
Drawing on local animals found in Salmon Playground, dogs, cats, possums, rats, ibis, bats, pigeons, skinks, minors, lorikeets and the Australian raven.

New Old by Sid Tapia
Albion Street Annandale
Celebrating Annandale’s farming history.

For more information on Perfect Match, or for a print quality image, contact the Communication team.

For media enquiries, contact Elizabeth Heath, Media and Communications Coordinator, 9392 5334 or

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Page last updated: 07 Sep 2021