The Byron Bay Cookie Company is proud to be a part of Popped Laneway Activation, where a team of Byron Bay’s most talented street artists will transform ‘Surf Alley’, the tired laneway in Johnson Street, with vibrant, original artworks.
We are very excited to be sponsoring one of the many talents involved. Davey Mac aka ‘Teazer’ who grew up in Bondi in the late 80’s. He was heavily influenced by graffiti art popping up around the area and later in books and magazines. Further inspired by skateboard art and culture, he developed his own version of new york style graffiti.
His graffiti has taken him all around Australia and the world and he is well known in the industry. His journey has landed him in the beautiful surrounds of Byron Bay with his partner and fellow artist Alyssa Tennent, with whom he has opened up Stay Gold Studio, a fresh initiative to create art, connect with and exhibit artworks from international and local artists.
The event will be raising awareness & funds for the local arts community - Byron Community Centre Theatre upgrade - Donate here.
FRIDAY 19 MAY
5pm - 11pm
SATURDAY 20 MAY
12pm - 11pm
Get your tickets here.
See media release here.