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Australian artist creates the largest public artwork in the Southern Hemisphere

Published Nov 14, 2019

Famous for his large scale artworks, Melbourne-based street artist Kitt Bennett (previously) just unveiled this mind-blowing 300-metre long ground mural that makes up the frames to the animation cycle of a falling man.

Revolution is a 300-metre long mural

The colossal piece is the result of a collaboration with street art collective Juddy Roller.

“The mural, named ‘Revolution’, combines Bennett’s passion for producing large-scale works with the latest in satellite technology.”

Full shot, taken from satellite intelligence.

Located in Port Melbourne’s Fisherman’s Wharf precinct, the artwork takes up a whopping 9,000 square metres of space.

The mural is also the world’s largest independently produced animated ‘gif-ti’ (a term used to describe GIF-style street art created to be viewed online).

Juddy Roller Gallery will host an exhibition on December 13th, featuring an animated video on the story behind the massive artwork.

via beat.com.au

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