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Indigenous Boy – Street Artist Adnate in Hosier Lane

Adnate portrait of an indigenous boy from Melbourne could be a important, amazing aboriginal street site.

“Melbourne is sort of a major site for indigenous culture and native history, notably the CBD,” he said. “A 23-metre high portrait is a great way to represent and empower them.”

Adnate was excited. The rear wall of the McDonald House building to incline access to the blank canvas that has been out of reach for street artists for thus long.

“I was super stoked when I found out that I got it,” . “Now it’s hopefully going to last there for ten or fifteen years, for as long as the paint holds up.” he said.







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