Rone is by far one of my favourite artists. Tyrone Wright “Rone” is an Australian street artist from Melbourne.
Born in Geelong, Victoria and later moved to Melbourne.
He is renowned for his amazing stylised and glamourous images of “womens” faces.
Rone’s art swiftly become an unmistakable part of Melbourne street art scene.
Making grey walls into masterpiece canvases through street art and graffiti.
Rone is part of the group known as “Everfresh” along with fantastic artists like Reka,Prizm, Sync, Phibs, Makatron, Wonderlust, Meggs, and The Tooth.
His amazing portraits of beautiful girls travel around the world with him and can be seen on the streets of New York, L.A, London, Hong Kong and Barcelona …
Let’s go to the discovery of his Portraits:
Imagine that his gigantic portraits of women with hyper realistic lines are fashioned with a telescopic brush and freehand.
Rone can spend up to 12 hours a day, several days in a row to make a monumental work.
He uses pictures of women who inspire him which he then paints on large walls in the middle of the city. Stencil, Silkscreen, collage and paint blend for renderings both glamorous and responsive. The sometimes sad and dark recesses of a city are splashed with the beauty of women with piercing eyes.
Far from delivering a political message, what Rone seeks more than anything is to create emotion. To raise the heart and the soul of passers-by.
Please discover his artwork below as evidence he has most definitely reached this obective.
All photos by Courtesy of Rone
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