Tucked away in the quiet backstreets of Newtown. So many signs, doors and windows to draw! A fab old Sydney pub with lots of very loyal customers.
I've had a lot of requests from locals to draw this Sydenham pub - which, very recently, was destroyed by fire. I managed to draw this from photos I found online.
Built by convicts in the mid-1800s, the Hero of Waterloo in Millers Point is a well-known Sydney landmark - complete with resident, piano-playing ghost!
The Imperial Hotel in Erskineville is known for its legendary drag shows and of course, movie stardom in Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. I love its curvy art-deco style.
I've given Kelly's on King a fresh coat of paint. I love the circular detail at the top of this building.
This iconic Sydney pub has recently been brought back to life after a few years of sitting vacant on City Road.
The Marlborough Hotel on King Street is a Newtown institution. Everyone knows the Marly. I love its huge neon sign.
This big green beauty is the Newtown Hotel. Recently renovated - its balcony is one of the best people-watching spots in Newtown.
There's nothing quite like having a drink in the sun, out the front of The Rose, watching the world go by.
The Sandringham Hotel on King Street will always be known as The Sando by locals - a legendary live music venue. It has recently closed, but will soon reopen as a mini-golf bar!