Tyrone Wright or Rone is an Australian street artist who is celebrated for his portraits of glamorous women. And he has recently gained more and more popularity due to his series of international large-scale murals. And now he concentrates on painting stunning portraits of a beautiful woman on the wall of abandoned buildings.
Most likely that Rone has already separated himself away from the bigger, better and higher philosophy of modern day muralism for a brand new project that explore more on the fragility of beauty in rundown buildings.
Rone is now based in Melbourne and found himself pondering much about the idea of presenting aesthetic memory in an abandoned space. That’s when he came with his creations of an emotionally naked series of portraits called Empty. Even though now Rone becomes a well-known street artist, he still works very hard for improvement.
Now with the abandoned interiors he is happy to have all the freedom as not to have to satisfy the community with large public pieces, which means he can create more intimate emotions. Only that the portraits of these women seem to always be a part of the space and most likely keeping its secrets.