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recent murals.

community projects.

Involving locals to help paint murals is a great way of engaging community to create positive change in their local area.  ​It's easy, fun and a great way to meet people of all ages, young and old.

My artwork lends itself to a paint-by-numbers style that is a wonderful addition to any neighborhood and results in a professionally created mural on a wall for years to come.  


These types of projects are a unique way of getting locals involved at community events, student school murals, beautification/activation projects or workshops.

If you are interested in something similar for your area please drop me an email via the contacts form below - I'd love to hear from you!


public art.

public art
other projects





Mel McVee and Tash Alibegovic are multi-disciplinary artists working primarily in the realms of community art,  murals, sculpture and illustration.  With a Fine Arts degree in Sculpture, their interest in street art emerged through an passion in community activation projects in their local area.

Aesthetically their work deals with the idea of lines and connection. Their cartographic background of creating maps for the environmental industry, piqued their fascination in the way the world can be shaped in absolutes. They use solid colours and shapes to creatively define an area, an idea or a relationship. Their work reflects the stylisation seen in linocut prints or stain glass windows, while the colour they use invokes a sense of nostalgia within the surrounding environment. 


Their work is simultaneously whimsical and personal and reflect cultural and historic elements of the locations in which they are painted. A celebration of what is locally beautiful and quintessentially Australian

Their clients have included various local schools and community town teams and various local governments located all over the state of Western Australia and Tasmania.  Private organisations include the Woodside, Rio Tinto, Sheraton Hotel, Buchan Architects, RAC, Watercorp, Knight Frank, Stockland, WA Police, National Gallery of Australia, Perth Convention Centre, MRA, Vicinity Centres, Perron Group, Artsource and FORM. 

photo credit: &nbs