You may have seen Silo Art featured here on Vic Pics before, but with the Silo Art Trail in Western Victoria being completed in late 2017, I thought it was time to re-visit the older sites and check out the newbies.
If you haven’t heard of Silo Art before, it’s giant murals painted onto old grain silos by very clever artists who aren’t afraid of heights. It all started in the small town of Brim two years ago, where Guido van Helten completed four murals on the local silos and gave the town a new lease on life as tourists flocked to see his amazing work.
The success of the Silo Art Murals at Brim didn’t go un-noticed by other communities, and now there are six sites making up the Silo Art Trail – an easy 190km drive for tourists in the area (or a much longer drive if coming from Melbourne like I did, but still worth it).
Rosebery Silo Art
Brim – The first of the Silo Art murals
Sheep Hills – Indigenous Faces ands Star Trails
The smaller silos at at Rupanyup
Clicking on any of the images above will take you to our Gallery site, and the page for that location.
Or check out this montage of all the Silo Art images on Vic Pics. – gallery.vic.pics/Silo-Art