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Wall to Wall Festival Mordi Village

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Australia's beloved street art festival, Wall to Wall, has transformed the Mordi Village Industrial Precinct streetscape with an explosion of colour and world class murals by Australian and international artists scattered throughout the precinct.

The Wall to Wall Festival, hosted across the weekend of the 26-28 of April 2024, transformed Mordi Village revitalising the streetscape. Delivered by the award-winning street art collective Juddy Roller team in partnership with local traders and the Kingston City Council, the event saw thousands of visitors enjoy market stalls, open studios, family-friendly activations, painting workshops, guided street art tours, DJs, gourmet food and beverages, and iconic art. 

The full line up of high profile Australian and international artists included George Rose, Adnate, Smug, Blo, Fred Battle (Zoer), Justine McAllister, Filthy Ratbag, Tommy Day, Drez, as well as Mordi Village resident, Kyle Brightside.

This exciting project will leave an exciting legacy that will encourage local and destination visitation to Kingston.  

About Juddy Roller 

Founded by Shaun Hossack in 2012, award winning street art network Juddy Roller has developed into a well-established community of passionate individuals. Working with the best street artists in Australia and around the world, Juddy Roller delivers high-quality art installations, from community engagement to project delivery. Well-known for curating street art festivals and delivering high profile projects in the public realm, Juddy Roller aim to make the world more colourful, vibrant and engaging, one wall at a time. For over 15 years Juddy Roller has contributed to a large number of successful community-driven projects including the Wall to Wall Festival in Benalla, The Silo Art Trail and the Colour Tumby Festival in South Australia.

Featured artists 

George Rose 

George Rose is a Melbourne-based female artist best known for her large-scale murals and vibrant use of colour. After an initial education in design at University of Canberra, she completed her formal training at ANU School of Art before pursuing muralism supported by a studio practice. 


Matt Adnate seeks to capture the essence of humanity in his artwork, using portraiture to convey the depth and beauty of the human spirit on walls and in exhibitions. At the core of Adnate’s art is a profound belief in the transformative power of art to bring about positive social change.  


Originally from Australia, Smug has called Scotland home for over 20 years. An internationally renowned artist known for his realistic large-scale mural installations Smug takes inspiration from people and nature, exploring the harmony in the relationship between the two. 


Claude BLO RICCI’s current practice displays an acute sense of awareness in moving from an urban landscape to gallery spaces--not just a shift in medium, but one of context, audience and exposure. What for many is a difficult space to negotiate, it is within this quiet rift that BLO’s paintings breathe. He uses creativity as a device to question, invert or pervert aspects of daily life. 

Fred Battle (Zoer) 

Frédéric Battle, also known as Zoer,  was born in 1985 in Tours, France. He lives and works in the french Alpes Maritimes. Battle graduated from the Strate school in product design: the study of the object has determined his pictorial research. 

Justine McAllister 

Justine McAllister is a Naarm/Melbourne-based artist. She creates playful and theatrical motifs, pairing objects and symbols with abstracted elements to delve into themes of human connection and acceptance. Her interest lies not in creating narrative but in how manipulating collage, composition, and colour can stir emotions within the viewer. 

Filthy Ratbag 

Celeste Mountjoy, also known as FILTHYRATBAG, is a Melbourne- based artist, author, and cultural provocateur. Her captivating  work delves fearlessly into the depths of the human experience, exploring themes such as anxiety, feminism, addiction, body  image, relationships, grief, and the relentless pressures of societal expectations. 

Tommy Day  

Tom Day, also known as Jirri Jirri Art is a Gunditjmara, Yorta Yorta and Wemba Wemba man and multi-disciplined artist based in Shepparton, Victoria. Capturing the essence of country is everything, vividly etched in his memories as a young Gunditjmara, Yorta Yorta, and Wemba Wemba man. Its intricate tapestry unfolds as the seasons dance on the precipice of change, leaving an indelible mark on the land while its essence remains constant. 


Drez is an artist who shifts the perception of public space through his exploration of colour. Using urban structures as his canvas, Drez responds with colour gradients, following the form of the locations, subverting these structures to create immersive spaces of colour. He creates work that extends from paintings, to architecturally scaled murals and projection installations. 

Kyle Brightside 

Mordi Village local, Kyle Brightside is a self-taught artist and illustrator. With a bright, bold and fun aesthetic born from the Australian and Californian surf and skate culture, Kyle specialises in painting large scale murals, illustrations and designs. Join Kyle in a paint by numbers mural over the festival weekend.


Download the Wall to Wall Festival Mordi Village program guide to see the full program of events that was delivered over the festival weekend. 

For more information visit Wall to Wall - City of Kingston



Available for public viewing


Mordialloc Industrial Precinct, Between Governor Road and the Epsom Wetlands, Mordialloc,