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Style, culture & art in hall street

Posted by Dan Semkiw on 14th May 2015

When Mango first opened its doors 14 years ago Hall Street was nothing more than a abandoned supermarket, a few scattered restaurants and a bunch of empty shops. And the hipster culture that pushed forward in Brunswick has somewhat left Moonee Ponds behind the 8-ball. Slowly things are changing. Cafe’s such as Fix Espresso Bar and Nabiha, and now our new Hall Street neighbour Sullen Tattoo HQ are evidence.

Sullen Clothing is proud to present its world first Tattoo Studio – officially opened at 1/37 Hall Street Moonee Ponds on the 10th of April 2015. Sullen Tattoo HQ is also a world class gallery featuring an array of fine art created by artists within the tattoo community from around the world. It will feature workshops of Australian and international premier tattooists and artists. Check out Sullen Tattoo HQ for some awesome clothing, accessories and art next time your about. 
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