Lots of fab art deco details on the Bank Hotel façade.
Grey and white with red lettering. I love the simplicity of the Botany View.
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.
Complete with a lively beer garden and weekly crab racing! The Courty is loved by Newtown locals.
Love the art-deco details on The Erko.
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!
A fabulous example of Inter-war Art Deco architecture on display in sunny Stanmore.
Made famous by the late country singer, Slim Dusty in his song, 'Duncan', this iconic St Peters pub is currently about the only building still standing amidst the rubble of WestConnex roadworks.
Right in the middle of Newtown, the Townie has always been a landmark for locals.
The Union stands proudly at the south end of King Street. I love how it curves around the corner.
A super-popular pub for Inner-Westies and their dogs - and in a prime position opposite Enmore Park