Scott Marsh (b. 1984) is an Australian fine artist who picked up his first spray can at the age of 12 and begin tagging the streets of his Sydney neighbourhood. In his teens, his focus turned to train carriages. He embarked on several tours of railyards across the globe, forging a reputation as one of the most talented graffiti writers of his generation and taking the so-called Sydney-style to bold new levels.

In 2009, he completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts, majoring in Painting, at the UNSW COFA (College of Fine Arts) and soon after began receiving commissions for large scale commercial murals.

As a leading figure in the rise of graffiti-based art, Marsh’s works are sought after by international collectors. His paintings are created with both brush and spray-can, exemplifying traditional techniques in oils and acrylics, combined with late-1990s street-art. His use of complex layering to create depth and texture, combined with a razor-sharp eye for colour - honed from years of putting up illegal pieces on trains - has resulted in one of the most interesting and dynamic fusions in Australian fine art.

Marsh’s subject matter is similarly refreshing; a juxtaposition of classic ‘high-art’ themes (still life, and the female nude) with contemporary motifs derived from his years as a graffiti writer. His current floral series, takes familiar Australian flora and presents it with his former ‘tools of the trade’; spray-cans and bolt cutters. While Marsh is obviously working with his tongue firmly planted in his cheek, the result is none-the-less beautiful for it.

His political murals, rendered on an enormous scale, have garnered world-wide attention, dealing with issues as diverse as liquor-licencing laws (Casino Mike, 2016), to environmentalism (Reef Killers, 2017) and Marriage Equality (Bride of Tony Abbott, 2017).

Marsh is also at once fascinated and repulsed by the cult of celebrity. Kanye Loves Kanye (2015) a gargantuan image of pop star Kanye West embracing himself, went viral, attracting the attention of international media.

Artists CV
1984, Sydney, Australia 

Solo Exhibitions
2016 Australian Graffiti
2015 Savoir Fauire, Goodspace, Sydney
2013 Second Life, The Tate, Sydney
2012 States of Mind, Lo-Fi Collective, Sydney
Road to Ruin, Gallery Five, Crown Lane, Wollongong

Selected Group Exhibitions
2016     The Anointed Few, Piermarq Gallery, Sydney
             Late Greats, Goodspace, Sydney
             Rappers On Bags, Goodspace, Sydney
2015     12 x 12, The Stockroom, Melbourne
             Until Next Time, The Tate, Sydney
             Matthew Gillett Gallery, Scarborough
2014     Concrete Jungle – Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick
             Stockroom, The Tate x The Hours, Sydney
             B&W, The Tate, Sydney
2013     Wonder Walls, The Hours x Stupidkrap
             4 Letter Word, Low-Fi Collective, Sydney
2012     Love Street Bandits, Lo-Fi Collective, Sydney

Selected Commissions and Live Events


             Roadshow IT, Sydney

              Centuria, Canberra, Brisbane, Perth, Sydney

              Red Stripe, Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane 



             Lady Hampshire Hotel, Sydney

             Revlon, Sydney

             Factory Theatre, Sydney

             Paramount Pictures TMNT2, Sydney

             Art and About, City of Sydney
             Lord Gladstone Hotel, Chippendale
             Centuria Property Group, Brisbane
2015     Beams Arts Festival, Chippendale
             Spice Alley, Sydney
             Scissorhands, Newtown
             Flour Drum, Sydney
             Colliers International, Sydney
             Mecca Brands, Urban Decay Launch, Sydney
             Chur Burger, Sydney
2014     Reebok Australia #pump25, Sydney
             Beams Arts Festival, Chippendale
             Spotify Australia, Sydney
2013     Wonder Walls Festival, Wollongong
             Marquee at the Star, Sydney
             Beams Art Festival/Red Bull Curates, Chippendale
             Semi Permanent/The Hours, The Projects, Sydney
2012     Redbull goes to Rio, Alexandria
             Drinks Fest (Redbull), Circular Quay
             Future Music Festival, Randwick Racecoure
2011      Outpost Project, Cockatoo Island

Selected Collections
Redbull Australia, Alexandria
Balmoral Beach Club, Sydney
Spotify Australia, Sydney
The Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation, Randwick

Public Programs ad Education
2016 Five Islands Secondary college mural program, Port Kembla
2015 Five Islands Secondary college mural program, Port Kembla
2014 Warrawong High School Mural Program, Wollongong
Western Sydney Aboriginal Medical Service, Hepatitis C Awareness Program, Blacktown Sydney
Drawing the Line Art Month, Maclemoi Gallery, Chippendale
Street Art Master Class Art Month, Sydney

Selected Press


Triple J's Hack

Daily Telegraph

Brisbane times

Courier Mail

Sydney Morning Herald


ABC Illawarra, Mornings with Nick Rheinberger. 6.5.16                                                                                         Win News, 7.4.16
2UE. On the drive, Bill Woods, 24.3.16
ABC702, Breakfast with 702, 5.4.16
9 News
ABC News$100,000/7313534
Daily Mail                                                                                                                     
Telegraph UK
US Weekly
Complex (USA)
Cosmopolitan UK (UK)
Daily Telegraph Sydney (AUSTRALIA)
NY Daily news (USA)
Perez Hilton
The guardian
Irish Examiner (UK)
Metro Netherlands
Kiss 100 (Kenya)
Arts Blog (Italy)
Catraca Livre (Bazil)
Bonafide Bedfellows
No Cure Magazine (Brisbane)
MTN (Sydney)    Australian Infront                           
Pages digital
2013                                                                                                                                                                 Strobed          
Acclaim Magazine    2011                
The AU Review

2013 The Basel Royale Art Prize - 1st place
2010 All Ironlak Graffiti competition -3rd place (individual)
2010 All Ironlak Graffiti competition - 3rd place (group)