TRYP Fortitude Valley gets a fresh lick of paint
Brisbane’s only street art hotel has received a fresh lick of paint with two very different new murals added by international artists this week.
Hong Kong artist Bao Ho, the first woman to add to TRYP Fortitude Valley Hotel, Brisbane’s collection, and Colombian artist Gris One took to the walls to wrap up the Brisbane Street Art Festival.
Bao Ho creates freestyle murals and illustrations featuring animated characters. She has collaborated with various international brands and worked on projects across the world, including in Australia, China, Japan, Indonesia, Italy and the Czech Republic.
Gris One works around the world creating multi-colour compositions inspired by nature and day-to-day city life.
“Street art is a key facet of TRYP Fortitude Valley’s identity and one of our main drawcards for guests, so it’s exciting to have some new additions to our collection,” said Hotel Manager Kim Knowles.
“We are proud to be able to give artists a platform to display their work while strengthening the street art culture in Brisbane.”
Each floor at TRYP Fortitude Valley features works by a different artist, including Fintan Magee, Beastman, Rone and Numskull.
Nestled amid the city’s vibrant cultural precinct, close to iconic bars, restaurants, galleries and other attractions, the hotel offers well-appointed rooms complete with coffee pod machines, interactive Lifestylepanel televisions and complimentary Wi-Fi.
TRYP Fortitude Valley also provides excellent service and impressive facilities including an onsite gym, meeting room, UP on Constance rooftop bar and ground floor burger restaurant, Chur.
For more information and to book, visit trypbrisbane.com