A street-art project to honor the achievements and odyssey of Ange Postecoglou. This project consolidates Melbourne, his hometown, as Ange-Town.

This project saw the use of Melbourne's famous Hosier Lane to host 10x posters of Ange that celebrate his career phases and achievements.

Project lead: Dean Drossos, facilitated and sponsored by Yitonia.

GYG ARCHIVE | Aug 2021 - Sep 2023

Footscray's Hidden Hellenism

Footscray is an inner-West suburb of Melbourne, renowned for its multiculturalism. In honour of its rich Greek history, we created a 250m2 mural, intimate documentary series and merchandise line that tells this story.

This project required 2 years of community consultation, fundraising and preparation before it was inaugurated on 9th September, 2023. Now, Footscray's Hidden Hellenism will never be forgotten.

Collaborators: Alex Lehours (design), David Lee Pereira, Jason Parker et al (installation), THEMATIKOS (custom candle range).

Major sponsors: Conway Fish Trading, Marathon Foods, Tim and Terry Oyster Supply, Windsor Management Insurance Brokers, The Vegie Bar, Pontiaki Estia, The Rotary Club Footscray Branch

Other sponsors: Phoenix Traffic Management, Coates Hire, Kwik Kopy Fitzroy



Hey Greece, where's my passport?

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Collaborators: Lukas Theodorou (presentation), Greek Consulate of Melbourne (venue).



Greek Antiques at the Sun

Inspired by Peter's love for Greek Cinema, this event featured first as part of the Yarraville Festival (March) and again as a fundraising event for the 'Footscray's Hidden Hellenism proejct' (August).

This project required consultation with Greek cinema giant and former owner of the Sun Theatre, Mr Peter Yiannoudes, to secure the films and pre-show content.

Project lead: Peter Giasoumi

Collaborators: Mr Peter Yiannoudes, Sun Theatre Yarraville

Sponsors: Melvourni Coffee, Epsa Softdrinks, Hooleys

GYG ARCHIVE | 2022 + 2023

HYPN Program

Project lead: Peter Giasoumi, Kion Sapountzis, Angelica Mantikas.

Collaborators: Hellenic Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (HACCI).


Greek-Australian Icons

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GYG ARCHIVE | Apr 2021 - now

Yiayia and Pappou's House

Zooming in to capture familiar details, in unfamiliar ways, this photo series celebrates the aesthetic, aspirations and stories of first generation Greek migrants and their homes.

Project lead: Dean Kotsianis

Collaborators: Harrison Moss (Photography)


GYG ARCHIVE | Apr 2020 - Jan 2021

Yarraville's Hidden Hellenism

This project represents our first ever mural project. Here, we incorporated ancient Greek symbologies to tell the story of Yarraville's Greek migrant history.

Thaleia (left), goddess of comedy, celebrates the Greek Cinema history in town. Dionysus (central), god of hospitality, serves to represent the eateries and cafes that introduced the Greek people to the mainstream. Hermes (right), the protector of the travellor, represents the migration journey in its whole.

This mural remains untouched til today.

Project lead: Dean Kotsianis

Collaborators: Resio (design, installation).

Sponsors: Maribyrnong City Council, Access Hire Equipment, Toorak Law Pty Ltd, Eleni's Kitchen and Bar, Olive Oil and Butter.