Mini Graff is a New Zealand born, Sydney-based street artist who works in and around the city’s urban fringe. Mini Graff uses various print processes including screen-print, stencil and letterpress to create posters, billboards and prints. Her public interventions and installations attempt to prompt discussion around themes of social commentary and politics. Pipped at the Post – Dominoes, suggests Millers Point as an epicentre of a destructive domino effect of community dislocation. It appears to set a position to sell off other social housing in the inner city, to eventually roll out through Redfern and beyond. Mini states that this would cause a loss of the diversity inherent to Sydney’s culture and community.