The Checkers, or checkers as they are called in Australia, have been around for more than 100 years and are considered to be one of the oldest and most recognisable forms of art.
It has become popular among artists and enthusiasts for its simplicity and clean design.
The iconic artwork can be found on walls, ceilings and even doors, as well as in the form of print and wallpaper.
In Australia, the checkers are often referred to as ‘wallboard’.
The term ‘checkerboards’ has become an Australian trademark, and is often used as a reference to the way the checkerboards are stacked in a manner that has become synonymous with checkerboarding.
Checkerboards can be painted or printed using paint, ink or even stencils.
One popular technique is to use the checkering on a wall as a template.
Some examples of the checkergates seen in Australia can be seen at the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera Halls.
Here is a video from the ABC’s The Lad Show, filmed in Sydney’s Chinatown, where checkers can be viewed on display in a Chinese restaurant: The Lad Bible is a series of video documentaries about the checkercards.
Each film includes interviews with artists and art enthusiasts.
Watch the series here: Watch checker board wall art in AustraliaCheckers are known for their simplicity and their ability to be layered on to create intricate patterns.
They can also be layered and painted using paints, ink, stencil or even ink, acrylic or paper.
A checker is a device used to create patterns on the wall.
Checkers can also also be used as wallpaper.