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A 50-metre collaborative street art mural is coming to Fitzroy

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Photo: @p1xels

Fitzroy's street art and graffiti management studio, Juddy Roller, has brought six of Melbourne's most respected artists together for a brand new project.

The most northern wall of Fry's Storage on Cecil Street, Fitzroy, now displays the handiwork of Rone (who recently rounded off his own solo exhibition at Fitzroy's Star Lyric Theatre building) and Adnate, who recently took a swipe at the entirely unauthorised Banksy exhibition at Federation Square. Street artists Sofles, Dvate, Cam Scale and Jason Parker have also contributed to the mural. Although quite distinct in their style, all artists were given the same brief: to create a portrait based image. It's interesting to see how each artist has interpreted this brief, considering their difference in style. 

The display has the backing of Yarra City Council and the Department of Justice, with curation from the folks at Juddy Roller. Painting began on Wednesday November 2 and finished up on Tuesday November 8.

See more of the mammoth new mural below:

Still hungry for a street art fix? Check out the huge Banksy exhibition at The Paddock in Federation Square.

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