Skittle Lane is a city lane that features "peri(pheral)scopes: looking over the over-looked" for Laneway Art, as part of the Art and About Sydney festival. The artwork, designed by Heidi Axelsen, Hugo Moline and Adriano Pupilli, consists of rogue ductwork grafted onto the drainpipes and walls of buildings. The four peri(pheral)scopes are optical devices that show recorded views of Sydney's western suburbs. The name of Skittle Lane came from its history, located between two pubs. It was where wharfies and soldiers once enjoyed beer and skittles, a form of bowling. This is my last look at this year's laneway artworks.