Howard Smith Wharves and Felons Brewing Co. are proud to support the 2021 Brisbane Street Art Festival with two artists creating large-scale murals on-site at HSW as well as being a celebratory hub to kick-off BSAF 2021.

Artist George Rose will be painting a piece on the carpark entrance wall at HSW.

George Rose is a multi-disciplinary visual artist with a knack for action and adventure in her daily life. Spending most of her time
up ladders painting large-scale murals, she’s spent much time travelling while painting walls in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and
Canberra. Her thirst to create clever art has led to breaking her own perceptions and expectations of her art, creating poppy
works that reveal deeper meanings.

Artist Xandilo will be painting the Felons Brewing Co. carpark staircase.

Xandolino (Alexandre Freitas) is a Brisbane based artist focused on abstract patterns, mural painting, wooden craft and art for
families. He uses geometric shapes in organic ways to play around with the duality of chaos and order. His major inspirations are
nature, relationships, typography, board games, collections & connections



Sunday 2 may

Come on down on Sunday 2 May as BSAF transforms Felons Barrel Hall into a celebratory hub to kick off what will be an exciting fortnight of visual expression across Brisbane.

Join in a shared experience by the riverside with live beer barrel paintings by local artists, live performances from Life on Earth, Pocketlove and Fascinator along with live visuals by the Abstract Human Radio.

Spice up a kaleidoscopic night with a can of the BSAF x Felons Brewing Co. collaboration beer – a very special limited release for the occasion in collaboration with one of Brissie’s best and brightest young artists – Leans.

Drop in for a taste and meet the artists who will bring to life the latest murals across the city during BSAF 2021.


Register here