Jony Dee is a prolific artist. You can find his work around Geelong and Melbourne.
You can find this artwork near the entrance to the Books Around store.
The store is located at 24 James Street.
This artwork can be found in the courtyard for Pistol Pete’s Food n Blues. The restaurant is located at 93 Little Malop Street. You can’t see the artwork from the street.
This graffiti can be found on the side of a building in Central Geelong.
Jony Dee created this artwork in December, 2019. It was commissioned to help deter graffiti in the area.
These artworks were created as a collaboration between Ian Ballis, Jony and Pakington Street traders.
You can see more images at New Jony Dee Artworks in Pakington Street.
67-69 Separation St
Bun U Bakery
Jony created this artwork in March, 2021. You can see more images here.
Little Boot Cafe
Jony finished this piece in March, 2016.
Jony created this artwork in March, 2021. It paid homage to other Geelong street artists.
You can see more images here.
Norlane Bus Shelters
In 2017, eight bus shelters along Melbourne Road were removed and replaced with public artworks. The artworks were part of a collaboration between multicultural groups and Geelongs graffiti team.
Jony did two of the artworks. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to get photos of the second shelter before it got tagged. You can see more images here.
The Malthouse is a street art precinct in Geelong, Victoria.
There is also a sea-themed bus
The Garage is located at 77 Pakington Street. The site doubles as a vintage market.
Jony completed this artwork in February, 2020. You an see it from the back of the building. It can be difficult to get a clear view due to items for sale being in the way.
He created this car artwork in January, 2020. It can be seen from Collins Street
126 – 128 Little Malop Street
This artwork was located in the Little Malop Street Central area (or the mall.) It was painted in 2017.
Unfortunately, this was tagged a fair bit. I documented those changes here.
It was removed as part of the construction of the new Geelong Advertiser headquarters.
20 Brougham Street
These have since been painted over.