(Above – Mulga, 2018 Revesby)

Caringbah High School

“It has been such an amazing experience working with the Wall Station. It was such an easy and straight forward process and the results have been absolutely outstanding.”
– Ingrid Oakley, Art Teacher, Caringbah High School, 2018

City of Bankstown Council
“The City of Canterbury Bankstown Council recently engaged The Wall Station to undertake a large mural artwork in a pedestrian laneway in the Bankstown CBD. Artist Thomas Jackson researched local birds and used these as inspiration to depict three different species which are found in the Canterbury-Bankstown area. The resulting spray-art images are unique, beautifully rendered and finely detailed with a high degree of realism, and have captured the imagination of our local community who love and appreciate the artwork. Many people stopped and complimented Thomas as he worked. 
The entire process was managed professionally by Jacinta, who ensured the correct paperwork and safety requirements of Council were all met, leaving Thomas to concentrate on the creative imagery”.
Emily Forrest – Team Leader Urban & Environmental Design, City of Bankstown Council, 2017

Telstra
We are really pleased to have a piece of Phibs art work permanently hanging on a Telstra wall.  It is vibrant and draws many positive comments from the local community. Thank you also for working with us and the local primary schools in transforming a plain wall into a piece of good looking art.” Andre Cabral, Telstra, 2016

Sir Joseph Banks High School, Revesby
“The Wall Stations’ Master the Walls Project provides an excellent opportunity for students to work with a street artist, learning their techniques and artmaking process. Directly contributing to the actual painting of the mural and spending the day with the artist became the highlight of the students’ year at school. They were in awe of the artist (Mulga) and the fact they were working on an original mural created for the whole school. We look forward to working with The Wall Station and their Master the Walls Project again in future.”
Danijela Mitic,Head Teacher CAPA, August 2018

Punchbowl Boys High School, Punchbowl
“The Wall Stations’ Master the Walls Project provides an excellent opportunity for students to work with a street artist, learning their techniques and artmaking process. Directly contributing to the actual painting of the mural and spending the day with the artist became the highlight of the students’ year at school. They were in awe of the artist (Phibs) and the fact they were working on an original mural created for the whole school. We look forward to working with Master the Walls again in future.” Amy Satchell, Head Teacher Administration, Year Adviser: Graduates 2018 A/ Librarian