Searious Jones

Graffiti Artist for Hire :: murals. workshops. parties. team building.

Maitreya 2015

The Paterson Project 2015

Easter Window Update for JUST SWEETS Altona

JUST SWEETS in Upton St Altona, has just had its easter window done. Enzo, who owns and runs Just Sweets with his family, is an amazing old fashioned chocolatier. He makes EVERYTHING onsite! From GIANT chocolate freckles to their famous rocky road, JUST SWEETS has it all! Get down and support the businesses that support local artists!

SEAR graffiti mural for Just Sweets Altona
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SEAR Just Sweets Graffiti Easter Window 2015

Geelong Powerhouse Project

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SEAR Geelong Powerhouse Dec 2014 #dumbwaystodie

Last week I was asked by good mate and fellow artists DUKE/STYLE and Brett Fanning to participate in a HUGE graffiti jam in Geelong at an abandoned and neglected powerhouse.

New owner Ian has resurrected this beautiful building and with a little help from his friends , is turning this amazing space into a desperately needed arts hub for the Geelong region.

Over 50+ artists turned up on the weekend to camp, converse and paint this awesome space. The creative energy was palpable and the outcome of just 1 weekend out of many until complete, was phenomenal! I know that I lifted my game because i was pushed and encouraged by crew and fellow graffiti artists from all over Australia and even some overseas guests!

I cant wait to get back there and paint some more and help with the clean up and transformation of a much needed space. I may even end up begging for studio space šŸ˜‰ How can you beat a HUGE cathedral like space, right on the beach that you can paint freely and large and even park up my bus if needed šŸ˜‰

So exciting!!! A HUGE thank you to Ian and his helpers/partners for the invitation and to DUKE and Brett for all their hard work and organisation and to SIGMA 80 paint for the dopest shades and pressure available in Oz!!

More photos to come of all the amazing work!



CIVIC Hot Bread, Altona- The Latest make over!

Civic Hot Bread, is a cute little family owned and operateds Ā  bakery on Civic Pde near the Millers Rd roundabout intersection, is the latest in a collection of Altona shops to get a SEARious make over. Thanks to Ladie POISE for her help on this project!!

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Cvic Hot Bread, Altona 2014
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SEAR Civic Hot Bread ALTONA Dec 2014
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SEAR Civic Hot Bread ALTONA Dec 2014

Make sure you get in there and support Belinda & her hubby ‘The Baker’ & the kids. Tell ’em SEAR sent ya! Theyll definately look after you!

Support the businesses that support local art and artists!

Graham Street Port Melbourne gets a makeover!

For years the residents of Graham St. and its surrounds, have voiced their concerns regarding the safety and ‘ugliness’ of the Graham St. underpass and now skatepark. The dark and dingy thoroughfare for light rail commuters and the recreational area for the young people of Port Melbourne has been an ongoing concern that has either been put in the ‘too hard’ basket or just ignored….UNTIL NOW! Port Phillip council recently hired 8 of Melbourne’s prolific graffiti artists and youth mentors to give the area under the Graham St bridge a colourful makeover. Launching TODAY (29th November 2014) from 2pm-5pm, the finished artworks have transformed the area from an antisocial, intimidating hovel to a welcoming, bright, colourful, fun and safe feeling space that the youth of the area can call ‘home’ when away from home.

I finished 2 complete pillars on my own and collaborated with the amazingly talented artist (and my treasured friend) D.ROQ -(formerly known as ISIS) on another 4.

Community feedback over the 2 weeks of painting was nothing but positive! People tend to forget how much we are affected by our environments…changes WILL affect moods and behaviour.

If you have a neglected area in your neighbourhood that you think could do with a colour blast, contact me or your local council and get them to contact me at


Fat Tomato Pizza- Latest Upton St property to get a makeover by SEARious Jones!


Fat Tomato pizza is the latest in the Upton Street Altona properties to jump n the SEARious bandwagon with their new OPEN(window) and CLOSED(roller door) signs taking things to a new level. Across from a primary school its only natural that proprietors and residents alike would want to brighten up and make friendly this once dark dingy and dangerous back street in the beach side suburb. Special thanks to Nick and Rami and all the workers there for their support and patience over the last 2 weeks! (and the AWESOME pizzas!)

Upton St Altona has undergone a transformation in the past 2 years. With the exception of 3 properties along the main business corridor, ALL the shops/residences in UPTON STREET, ALTONA have succumbed to the visual charms of SEARious Jones.

A resident was the first to hire me to beautify their courtyard, then it snowballed from there! I have now painted that same resident’s house (Hi Justine! šŸ™‚ ) twice now also doing a mural of flowers and her dog on her back alley wall.


Next up was chocolatier and rocky road legend Enzo at Just Sweets.

(New christmas window 2014)


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(original leprechan painting for Just Sweets 2013)

Graham Street Makeover- Port Phillip Gets Hip to It!

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A sneak peek at a few of the pillars that i collaborated with one of Melbourne’s most humble and talented artists (and my sister from another mister) D.ROQ (afka. ISIS)

The Graham St underpass is a Port Phillip council and Port Melbourne PCYC project. 16 + pillars of varying sizes painted by 8x Melbourne graffiti artists including the awesomely amazing BAILER, CAM SCALE, ITCH, PUTOS, SLICER,TROY, D.ROQ & SEAR

Hit The Streets-Stonnington Embraces Graffiti!

‘Hit the Streets’ – is a Graffiti Education and Prevention Project aimed at providing opportunities for young people to develop and showcase their creative art skills using the spray can as medium. It aims to engage young people and offer an alternative to illegal graffiti by discussing and showing young people how to not only use their skills positively and legally in community life but also as a means to making a living.
St. Kilda PCYC in conjunction with the City of Stonnington will be working with Just Another Agency to provide support and advice while utilizing two of JAA’sĀ  prolific graffiti artists DVATE and SEAR to mentor and educate the participants in letter form, style, technique, composition, colour theory and much more, giving them an insight into the commercial creative industry.

If you know someone aged between 12-21years old, who lives, works or plays in the Stonnington area, tell them to contact Just Another Agency (details on flyer attached) and arrange to come down and learn some skills from two of the best! Deadline for submissions is December 4th!


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