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20 Years of Culture

This is a past event


17 October 2022 - 31 October 2022
24 Hours


Lift access
Wheelchair accessible

Getting There

We’ve partnered with Oshi Gallery to commission 20 new one-of-a-kind digital artworks (NFT’s) by renowned Australian street artists, all inspired by Fed Square’s location, design, and historical and cultural significance.

The exhibition is now open. We’ll be screening these artworks on the Big Screen for two hours on Wednesday 19 October from 6pm.

For art-lovers and collectors, you’ll also be able to purchase a physical piece of history. Each one-of-a-kind digital artwork has been reproduced in print from, with just 20 prints per artist.

All artworks will go on-sale 20 October from 9am AEDT. So, get in quick!

See the full lineup of artists below, and head to Oshi Gallery 20 Years of Culture to view the exhibition.

Image credit: Jasmine Mansbridge and Xenin



4th Perspective

4th Perspective is a 34 year old artist residing in Warracknabeal, Victoria. Due to pathological depersonalisation, they have always felt like they were an observer in the world rather than one directly interacting with it, which has spurred them into attempting to convey their unique view in any way that they can, from music to food and more recently, visual art.

Despite losing a large percentage of their vision in early 2020 to advanced Keratoconus and a ruptured (left) cornea, they decided to learn photography and soon after, digital art in order to portray the images and interpretations in their mind.

Their art depicts a world of deranged fantasy; from tongue in cheek depictions of capitalist trees to literal depictions of mental health conditions such as Dissociative Identity Disorder.


Adnate is an internationally recognised large scale portrait artist and highly regarded fine artist. He has moved past his roots in Street Art, utilising his mediums to carry his realist style into the fine art realm.

Adnate has worked closely with indigenous people of their native land, especially with Indigenous Australians. He paints large scale murals around Australia and the world, creating a statement of reclaiming the land that was always theirs. He endeavours to capture the stories and emotions of each subject he paints, encouraging the audience to feel through their own experience.


Crisis is an artist, illustrator and muralist. He has worked with the likes of XCopy, one of the highest selling NFT artists in the world.

Darcy Prendergast

Darcy Prendergast is an AACTA-nominated director, animator, squiggler and sculptor. He has a passion for creating stories that excite.

Giant Swan

Equal parts Sculptor, digital artist and world builder, Giant Swan’s career exists within multiple emerging medias as a constant innovator with a vivid artistic language. His distance from everything traditional is bridged to our reality through twisted reflective scenes that reach towards often confronting emotions. In Recent years, Giant Swan has been a part of projects exploring the NFT scene including key moments within the emerging art market such as the first video within the Cryptoart space, First On-Chain 3d object and early branded collaborations that lead to big shifts now present in the scene today.


Hipworth is a multidisciplinary artist whose works have been featured on leading art and collector platforms such as SuperRare, Nifty Gateway and MakersPlace. Hipworth’s style steers towards a blend of mystical and religious influences combined with ethnobotanical references and symbology.

As one of Australia’s top selling NFT creators he is known for combining digital art and music into thought provoking and thematic animations. He has also collaborated with global music brands and artists such as Amnesia Ibiza, The Victorian Opera and Carl Cox.

Jasmine Mansbridge

Jasmine Mansbridge is a self-taught artist whose work is best described as being at the meeting of exploration and refinement. Jasmine has explored multiple mediums – sculpture, large-scale public works and intimate paintings for private collection. She is not afraid to venture outside an established comfort zone. Whatever her choice of art form, Mansbridge brings a refined and meticulous hand to her work. The work provokes thought and wonder and gives the viewer the chance to apply their personal storytelling, as they unpack the geometry and portals of Mansbridge’s imagined world.

Jason Ebeyer

Jason Ebeyer is a 3D artist known globally for his sensual style of artwork and for pioneering the glossy style of figurative art which has become his signature. Having worked across many mediums, his 3D art has been exhibited at international galleries and published worldwide. Jason’s unique 3D work has enabled him to create imagery and editorials for multiple issues of Vogue (globally), a cover of V Magazine (US) and attracted commissions from names like Troye Sivan, Steven Klein and Madonna.

Jonathan Puc

Jonathan Puc is a 3D artist based in Melbourne. With surrealism as a central theme, Jonathan composes abstract ornaments, humanoids and flora in undefined spaces in a manner that seeks to unearth a sense of mysticism in the eyes of the observer. Whether it be a lyric from a song, snapshot from cinema or a picturesque view on a walk, Jonathan’s work often ideates from everyday life and mutates into a life of its own.


Lambie is a self-described “degenerate child of the internet painting for the Electric Renaissance”. Her work incorporates current memes and utilises her signature colour palette of blue, pink and yellow. All works are painted in gouache and watercolour, vectored and digitally edited.

Lucy Lucy

Lucy Lucy is a visual artist whose work moves between large-scale public murals, gallery work on canvas and ornament making for performance artists. Her paintings capture the folklore of the feminine. Whether a sovereign queen, a youthful muse, all share the art of being a woman. 


Mankind is an award-winning digital artist with a background of over twenty years in branding, digital art and advertising. He has been teaching Digital and Crypto Art for several years.

After a near-death experience, an existential crisis led him to the pages of ‘Confession’ by Leo Tolstoy. ‘Since death is inevitable, what is the meaning of life?” He found the answer of hope through exploring, creating and sharing.


Marc-O-Matic is a multidisciplinary artist, animator, director and creative technologist who combines traditional illustrative and storytelling disciplines with digital and immersive tech, creating interactive storytelling experiences across augmented and virtual reality.

Marc has since presented at SXSW, Siggraph, Adobe MAX and Sony Interactive, Japan and continues to work with tech companies, educational institutions and universities to showcase different ways subject matter experts and designers can integrate and communicate their ideas and stories through AR and VR to better engage and inform audiences.

Nate Hill

Nate Hill is a digital artist and freelance photographer from Melbourne, Australia. His work is multidisciplinary, combining photography, videography, photo manipulation, digital art and design. Nate has worked with several high-profile clients including Apple, Disney/Star Wars and Warner Music. His work is largely influenced by music, and he is passionate about working with musicians to create visuals to accompany their music. He has a recognisable style that includes his ongoing series of wild black and white line ‘Digital Landscapes’ and a series of photo manipulations, ‘Twisted Landscapes’.

Paul Milinski

Paul Milinski is a Melbourne-based renowned digital artist and designer. His remarkable emotive and dreamlike style has earned him collaborations with some of the world’s most prestigious brands.

He recently made NFT history with his work auctioned at over half a million dollars at the Miami Bitcoin conference mid-2021. In addition, he has sold out multiple NFT art collections.

Paul’s work inspires current and upcoming designers and artists and is studied by students across the globe. He believes that digital art is just a genuine artistic expression as any other form of art, and we are only at the beginning of the most significant art movement in history.

ReVerse Butcher

ReVerse Butcher (rVb) is an award-winning VR/AR/XR artist and poet. She creates virtual sculptures, films, music, performances, collages, unique artists books and NFTs. Through creativity, rVb explores the complexity and necessity of existing across multiple worlds. She has a fixation with the surreal and absurd, creating artworks that shock, confuse and entertain while encouraging introspection. rVb’s multidimensional creations and immersive experiences intentionally bend the nature of text and space. She is deeply concerned with crossing digital and traditional boundaries, both technically and philosophically.

Salty One

Lowell Hunter AKA Salty One is a saltwater man. He creates sand art and uses drone photography to capture the scale of his works within breathtaking landscapes. It all started as a way to get out on the beach and connect with culture, Country and sea.

Lowell is a Nyul Nyul man from the Kimberleys in Western Australia, he grew up on Gunditjmara Country in Warrnambool and now lives on Waddawurrung Country, Geelong. Each place has kept him connected to the ocean.

He creates sand artwork using just his feet. Lowell carves stories into the sand using the same foot movements he was taught through dance, movements his people have practised for countless generations.


Multi award-winning aerial film-makers and stills photographers, Sara and Jerry Grayson emigrated to Melbourne, from the UK, in December 2002. Together with Toby Dundas (co-founder of Aria award-winning The Temper Trap) and Melbourne-raised, the three SUNGRAZERS are now firmly ensconced in Melbourne and are enjoying collaborating in the new world of NFTs.

Tom Gerrard

Tom is a painter whose works focus on suburban life. His style developed through his prolific international output on the streets, and he incorporates contemporary techniques such as spray paint and airbrush. Tom’s works compress space through bold flattened colour schemes, employing a signature black outline which frames his graphical forms. He has exhibited in Los Angeles, Barcelona and Tokyo, and his works have been acquired by the National Gallery of Australia and the National Gallery of Victoria. He is an international muralist, having been commissioned in London, Berlin, Quito and Rio de Janeiro.


Darian Zam is an early adopter of Crypto/NFT tech in the Australian art industry. With 30+ years of practice as an artist consisting primarily of painting/drawing, he moved entirely to the Crypto Art space in late 2020. In that period, Zam has sold  700+ NFTs and was one of 24 artists invited to participate in Australia’s Future Art exhibition in May 2022.