13 Jaw Dropping Works Of Street Art So Big They Will Never Fit In A Gallery
1. Australian artist Fintan Magee works at a mind-blowing scale.
2. He currently plies his trade in Sydney, Australia.
3. Magee started writing graffiti in 1998 when he was at high school in Brisbane.
4. He grew up in West End, where graffiti was a big part of the urban landscape.
5. “Brisbane is a culturally retarded ultra-conservative backwater with a borderline Draconian State and city government that is against anything interesting or out of the box,” says Magee.
6. Magee has recently spent time in South America: “it was all pretty unofficial and we didn’t even have permission for most of the walls but everything came together.”
7. His pieces are HUGE: The Displaced, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
8. “And hell yeah, it was fun”. Bad Hunter, Bogota, Colombia.
9. Homeward Bound, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
10. Stiltsville Fishing Boy, Wynwood, Miami, USA.
11. Elephant and Fisherman, Illawara performing arts centre, Wollongong.
12. Testing the Brisbane flood refugee boat prototype, Coffs Harbour, NSW.
13. Magee’s work recently starred at a graffiti festival in Toowoomba, Queensland.