melbourne street art
It's been a little while between brews, but I've finally put together my latest 'cup of coffee' video for 100cupscoffee.com. This one is a homage to Melbourne street art, the viewing of which is an experience in of itself.
I was initially led down Melbourne’s laneways for this project by the very clever folks at www.mystoryworld.com.au who this year are hosting a unique audio-assisted walking tour of some of Melbourne’s most recognised laneways. From the website:
Imagine standing in a laneway. A laneway that you’ve never explored or one that you’ve walked down hundreds of times before, and from your mobile phone, an author reads you a unique story set in the very place that you’re standing.
It’s a clever concept – the brainchild of Matt Blackwood – and standing behind it are Melbourne literary staples including Barry Dickins, Cate Kennedy and Tony Birch. For iphone users there is an app for the laneway experience (of course!) and for those not in the city of literature (it has a ring to it no?) you can download and listen to the stories on the MyStory website.
Enjoy. Oh and try and spot the coffee in this one.
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