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.
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.”
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.
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