Artists target Elite Performer

By Destiny Givens. The iconic Coastwatchers bus-stop seat outside the Red Cross on Trinity Beach Road, which for many years has featured Real-Estate Agent, Mark Carmady (the Elite Performer), has again been the target of graffiti artists. Overnight, the picture of Mr Carmady affixed to the eastern side of the seat was decorated with someContinue reading “Artists target Elite Performer”

Iconic graffiti accompanies our FREEDOM towards oblivion

By Edson Yeung. Trinity Beach’s famous COVID=HOAX graffiti sign (above) has slowly been obliterated by a year of tropical heat and rain. Once resplendently carrying a snowy white message of defiance to those stupid doctors and scientists who can’t seem to apply a little common sense, it is now a shadow of its former self.Continue reading “Iconic graffiti accompanies our FREEDOM towards oblivion”

New graffiti talent emerges

By Paolo Zupp. Following the discovery of a suspected Banksy artwork in Trinity Beach over two years ago, there was some expectation that this would inspire local artists and lead to a revival of a time-honoured art-form. Until now this has not eventuated. But, this morning Trinity Beach residents were delighted to find a selectionContinue reading “New graffiti talent emerges”

Suspected Banksy artwork subject to Pest Control in Trinity Beach

By Murray Murchison Trinity Beach locals are in a buzz over the possibility that graffiti artist and activist, Banksy, has created one of his trademark artworks (above) on the Red Cross sign located near the skate-park on Trinity Beach Road. The striking white inscription was first noticed and reported by council worker, Shane Hestermann, whoContinue reading “Suspected Banksy artwork subject to Pest Control in Trinity Beach”