Professional Graffiti Artists, Mural Artists & Street Artists for hire in Darwin on Book An Artist.

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Professional Graffiti Artists, Mural Artists & Street Artists for hire in Darwin on Book An Artist.


Darwin, Australia

(I do not mind replicating an existing design)

Workshops,Interviews,Live painting events,Online Workshop,Canvas commissions

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All, team building paint party workshops, private paint parties, murals, canvases, commercial jobs.
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Darwin City, Australia

(I can replicate designs if it suits my style)

Canvas commissions,Workshops,Online Workshop
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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I hire mural artist in Darwin?

Hiring a mural artist in Darwin is easy! No more time wasted Googling ‘ Darwin graffiti artist near me’. Simply use our filtered marketplace to browse through street artists near you. Once you’ve selected 1 – 3 mural artists in Darwin you can send them a message. No one likes their time wasted so it is important you provide as much information as possible. Sizing, budget, design elements, deadlines, etc. The more your chosen artist knows, the easier it is to get the job done and the quote finalised. Alternatively, use our ‘Post a Job’ feature to offer your project to interested Darwin artists. Provide the same in-depth information and wait for the right artist to come to you. The deposit initiates the design process!

How much does it cost to hire graffiti artist in Darwin?

Darwin mural artists range in prices depending on size, location and the experience of the artists. Mural artists in Darwin set their own rates per project. It is difficult to give an exact number as there are many elements that go into creating a quote. A rough estimate might be 50AUD – 300AUD per square metre. But, the best way to get a price for your project is to either connect with Darwin street artists on the platform or post your job. We encourage preparing a budget and knowing the width and height of your wall for speedy replies!

Where can I find mural painters in Darwin?

There are multiple ways to find talented mural artists in Darwin. The most efficient way is to use a marketplace such as Book An Artist. Using the artist filter you are able to select your country followed by the city and the type of artist you are after. Searching for wall painters in Darwin can take time, by using the platform you can avoid seeking out artists individually. Connect with multiple artists or ‘Post a Job’ and allow Darwin artists to introduce themselves to you via your Buyer Panel. Book An Artist also offers insurance to project your property from project damage.

What is a Darwin mural artist?

A mural artist in Darwin, or a Darwin street artist can be hired to paint any space – not just walls. Murals can be found on the sides of buildings, in homes, businesses, even on ceilings and floors. A mural artist is an artist commissioned to transform a space with a design inspired by you! Unlike purchasing pre-made designs and artwork, custom murals are masterpieces influenced by your creative flare. Connect with a mural artist for hire and re-inspire the world around you!
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Graffiti Artists for Hire Darwin

Darwin is the capital of Australia's Northern Territory and it is the smallest, wettest, and most northerly of the Australian capital cities. The city is known as Garramilla to the traditional owners of the area, the Larrakia people, a word which refers to the white stone found in the area. Indigenous murals are entirely unique to the indigenous artist that painted them. They inherit the right to the stories told through these artworks through family lineage. An Aboriginal Australian artist cannot paint a story that does not belong to their family. Indigenous art for sale is can differ greatly depending on the region and history of the artist. Western Desert Communities opt for strong primary colours, while others choose softer earthy tones to create their Indigenous art prints. A spike of Aboriginal women artists in the 1980’s incorporated a new style into the market. They would choose to work with a brighter array of colours to portray their stories.

Looking for some unique canvases for your murals? Here are some of our most popular places to paint mural art: fence murals, building murals, office murals, outdoor walls, school murals, community art walls, etc.