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Local mega mural

04 Dec 2019

Local mega mural Image

Melbourne street artists Kitt Bennett and Juddy Roller delivered an Australian first in large-scale public art at Lorimer St over October.

Kitt’s signature large-scale aerial mural work was combined with satellite technology to create the world’s largest independently produced work of animated “gif-iti”.

The term was coined by a UK artist to describe gif-style graffiti or street art which is viewed online.

The mural covers 9000 sqm of disused waterfront ground space at Port Melbourne’s Fisherman’s Wharf precinct along Lorimer St.

The project took Kitt 30 days to complete.

700 litres of paint were used to compose the 10-piece series of individual 30-metre long figures. They come together to form separate frames of a “moving” animation.

 

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