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Eternity Plaque in Memory of Arthur Stace Featured Objects Image

Eternity Plaque in Memory of Arthur Stace

Eternity plaque in memory of Arthur Stace, mysterious graffitist of Sydney for 30 years from 1930. Sydney Town Hall, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Eternity was written in beautiful copperplate script with yellow chalk on the pavements of Sydney, country New South Wales, Newcastle and Melbourne. It took just one man, Arthur Stace, (Mr Eternity), an underclass battler, former drunk and criminal to inspire an entire city. As he walked every so often he would stop, pull out a crayon, bend down and write on the pavement in large, elegant copperplate - Eternity. He would move on a hundred yards then write it again, nothing more, just one simple word. For thirty-seven years he chalked this one-word sermon and he wrote more than half a million times

© Jean-Paul Ferrero/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

The Bottle House Museum Featured Objects Image

The Bottle House Museum

The Bottle House Museum, detail of an innovative approach to recycling 5800 bottles, housing mining and agricultural relics, and a bottles exhibit. Lightning Ridge, New South Wales, Australia

© Jaime Plaza Van Roon/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

Arthur Germaine, Buildings, Drink Cans, Far Western, Museums, Outback, Recycling, Structure, Tourist Attractions, Towns

Pylons of Princes Pier Featured Objects Image

Pylons of Princes Pier

Pylons of Princes Pier. Princes Pier was constructed between 1912 and 1915 to complement the neighbouring Station Pier and until 1969 was the arrival point for many new migrants. Destroyed by a series of fires in the 1990s and 2000s, the pier is currently under restoration and the pylons have been preserved and serve as a marker for the historic site. Port Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

© Jean-Marc La Roque/AUSCAPE All rights reserved