Marketown has partnered with local Newcastle artist Jordan Lucky to develop and paint a vibrant mural as part of the centres recent $2.5m ambience upgrade.
The mural can be seen along the new garden beds and outdoor casual dining precinct. Jordan will start working on Stage 2 of the mural design at the Coles entrance of Marketown West from Monday 19th October. We are so excited to see Marketown rejuvenate with the recent upgrades and allow the local community somewhere to meet and eat in a casual environment that fits with the Newcastle Street Art culture.
Jordan Lucky is a Newcastle based mutli-disciplinary creative with over a decade of experience. Growing up in the Port Stephens area, Jordan began painting murals locally, but it wasn’t long before his passion saw him boarding planes overseas.
Jordan is now renowned for his rare ability to create both realism and modern-post-graffiti styles, often intertwining into developed scenes and scapes unique to his creation.
Now permanently based in Newcastle, Jordan is locally known for his large-scale murals and capacity to create iconic public spaces encompassing flora, fauna and scenes culturally specific to the area.
You can view more of Jordan’s artworks on his Instagram account @ jordanluckyartist
We encourage you to follow our Facebook page where we will include any centre news and updates.
Have a question about the changes?
We'd love to hear from you. Please don't hesitate to contact us by any of the following:
Call us on (02) 4929 4448 or visit the Centre Management Office Monday - Friday 9am-5pm.