You’ve seen Guido van Helten’s dancer looming above Chapel Street from the Melbourne Polytechnic campus. Now see how this impressive piece of street art and three others by Reka ONE and Sofles were created!

The project was produced by the Melbourne Polytechnic, curated by Juddy Roller, a Melbourne based street art expert with a history of managing epic street art projects and supported by the City of Stonnington and the Chapel Street Precinct.

You can get an up close view from Mechanics Lane in Windsor, or peak over Morris Jones Co on Chapel Street in between espresso martinis.

Chapel Street Art Mural
Chapel Street Art Mural
Chapel Street Art Mural
Chapel Street Art Mural
Chapel Street Art Mural

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