It looks very unusual.
Beauty is fleeting. This idea embodies in his works, the Aussie Tyrone Wright (Tyrone Wright), known in the art world under the pseudonym Rone.
Street artist from Melbourne creates a delicate portraits of beautiful girls in a very original and totally deserted. Tyrone draws broken time on the walls of abandoned industrial buildings and houses, breathing in his art life in ruins.
Tyrone gets its delicate murals on the surviving and shabby by the time the walls of abandoned industrial buildings and homes. According to the artist, these unusual places chosen by chance. These forgotten or dilapidated spaces can disappear at any moment.
«In transience lies the real beauty — says Tyrone. — Because at any moment the beautiful portraits can disappear, preserved only in photographs».
Graceful images of women in an atmosphere of chaos and destruction remind us that these places once looked quite different. Someone built them, ennobled and breathed life into them. But one day it stopped and from the past glory and beauty it was just the echo. And now — and damn Rone.
One of the projects of the artist under the name Empty was presented in the old theatre in Melbourne, which is subject to demolition. The presentation of the project attracted more than 3,000 people.
Rone’s work can be seen not only in Australia but worldwide: London, new York, Paris, Havana, San Francisco, Gothenburg, Mexico city, Detroit, Hong Kong and other cities.