April 17, 2011
I had to run some errands in the city yesterday, so Argy came along and we made a bit of a day of it. After admiring the treasure-troves at Tessuti and Cake Deco, we spent some time exploring Melbourne's quirky city lanes.
My favourite was Presgrave Place (above) where we found this ramshackle red couch and art prints hung along the brick walls.
I would have felt quite at home in this alley, if it weren't for Argy standing holding his nose disdainfully: eeewwww ... who's making that awful stink mum? (Er, perhaps more like home than I thought).
In Hosier Place, Argy enjoyed blending into the surrounds. We spent ages admiring the amazing artwork. A lovely time had by all.
(Note to self: must remember to reiterate that crayon on walls at home does not fall within the bounds of street art).