Scottie Neoh is one of the artist responsible for the amazing Street Art featured in the Laneway of Barkly Square.
Scotti has used his many years of working as a graffiti artist, his experience coupled with his love of nature and geometry distil a style that is very much his own.
We took a few minutes to get to know a little more about Scotti and find out what path has led him to where he is today.
How would you describe your artistic style?
Simple, Flowing, Natural
Can you tell us a bit about one of your favourite street art projects?
Last year I worked with Ghostpatrol on 16 metre tall character painted on the base of a wind turbine for Hepburn Wind. It was really difficult because of all the wind but a great challenge.
How did you develop your painting/drawing skills?
A lot of practice and great mentors.
Who is your favourite street artist?
Do you have any quirky talents or habits?
I eat rice and fish for dinner everyday.
What was the last great meal you had?
Chew Burger in Preston.
To view more of Scotti’s work visit: www.akabonsai.com