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Two murals from Bunbury again :
The fox mural, titled "Growing Through Hardship", was painted by Andrew Fraser in 2015 at the Lotteries House Car Park, off Wellington Street.
Andrew, was born and raised in Bunbury, and is also the founder of Six Two Three Zero, a initiative that seeks to use street art as a catalyst for urban development & social change by bringing communities together in conversation and creative inspiration. He's been responsible for the commissioning of over 30 large scale murals in the Bunbury central business district, some of which I've been showing on my Monday Murals since December 2020.
Just behind the small house on the other side of the fence was a mural by Jackson Harvey , painted in 2016 at AK Home Builders.
Jackson is a tattooist who lives and works in Bunbury, who is also passionate about public art. He has a background in architectural design and visual arts, and his murals usually feature tattoo related imagery and ornament.
Two murals from our November trip to Bunbury painted in the unmistakable style of Perth artist - Anya Brock.
The first - the Ibis, can be seen at Graham Bricknell Sound Shell Bicentennial Square on Symmons Street, and the other - a female face, is among a dozen other murals in ShoeBeDoo Lane (isn't this just a great name?), just off Stephen Street.