Brookvale Public Art Installations



Warringah Mall by Geebs

"Warringah Mall Stop....the main stop, the main reference, everyone asks on the bus, “does it stop at Warringah Mall?” From here you can go to the city or Manly, or if you are on the other side of the road you will soon be ready to experience the Northern Beaches way! That’s why we decided to represent the B-Line as part of this place, right next to Brookvale and Freshwater. Warringah Mall is where you can go anywhere and do anything, it connects people to places, surfers and students on a daily basis. You can grab a local brewed coffee and enjoy your travelling, either going to the beach, school or working in the city.”

Gillie and Debbie, are a creative couple based in Sydney with over 10 years of experience with graffiti art, illustration and animation. Their style is heavily inspired by classical 50's animation, tattoo art and low brow culture! Seen on homes, shops and streets across Sydney, their work is inspired by wildlife and urban themes using bright colours, striking design and locational inspiration. https://www.geebsart.com



Magpie at night by Cameron Bloom
to be installed late 2019

“I want people to feel inspired by seeing how a connection to our local environment and nature in general is key to our well-being. And the more connected with nature we are, the happier we feel.”
This image conveys a sense of connectedness between nature and the built environment – that we co-exist with an abundance of creatures who are always looking over us, even if we don’t always see them. It is also reminiscent of the night life and bright lights of Warringah Mall and Brookvale.

A professional photographer of 20 years’ experience with a body of work spanning corporate, travel and portraiture. Cameron has held successful solo shows both in Australia and overseas and has had work published in several publications. Cameron’s personality lends itself to portraiture – people and creatures -and he is also probably best known for his work photographing his family’s relationship with a magpie in the internationally famous book “Penguin Bloom” soon to become a film. Cameron lives with his family on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. https://bloomphotography.com




Warringah Mall by Geebs

"Warringah Mall Stop....the main stop, the main reference, everyone asks on the bus, “does it stop at Warringah Mall?” From here you can go to the city or Manly, or if you are on the other side of the road you will soon be ready to experience the Northern Beaches way! That’s why we decided to represent the B-Line as part of this place, right next to Brookvale and Freshwater. Warringah Mall is where you can go anywhere and do anything, it connects people to places, surfers and students on a daily basis. You can grab a local brewed coffee and enjoy your travelling, either going to the beach, school or working in the city.”

Gillie and Debbie, are a creative couple based in Sydney with over 10 years of experience with graffiti art, illustration and animation. Their style is heavily inspired by classical 50's animation, tattoo art and low brow culture! Seen on homes, shops and streets across Sydney, their work is inspired by wildlife and urban themes using bright colours, striking design and locational inspiration. https://www.geebsart.com



Magpie at night by Cameron Bloom
to be installed late 2019

“I want people to feel inspired by seeing how a connection to our local environment and nature in general is key to our well-being. And the more connected with nature we are, the happier we feel.”
This image conveys a sense of connectedness between nature and the built environment – that we co-exist with an abundance of creatures who are always looking over us, even if we don’t always see them. It is also reminiscent of the night life and bright lights of Warringah Mall and Brookvale.

A professional photographer of 20 years’ experience with a body of work spanning corporate, travel and portraiture. Cameron has held successful solo shows both in Australia and overseas and has had work published in several publications. Cameron’s personality lends itself to portraiture – people and creatures -and he is also probably best known for his work photographing his family’s relationship with a magpie in the internationally famous book “Penguin Bloom” soon to become a film. Cameron lives with his family on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. https://bloomphotography.com