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Frankston City will become a canvas for some of the world’s best street artists as The Big Picture Fest returns for its third year.

An epic spectacle of colour and vibrancy showcasing Frankston’s evolving arts and culture edge, the FREE festival will see 13 new murals added to the city’s already striking street art precinct.

Artists will take their spray cans to the streets and laneways transforming large-scale walls into contemporary masterpieces right before your eyes.

FREE street art walking tours can also be booked during the festival to hear stories behind 20 of the city’s magnificent murals.

This year’s festival will feature new works from local artists;
* Melbourne’s Murals
* Silence
* Abbey Rich

Australian artists;
* Puzle (Melb)
* CLAP Meataxe Design (Vic)
* Andrew Frazer (WA)

Plus international artists such as;
* PichiAvo (Spain)
* Vesod (Italy)
* Elle (US and Aus)

As well as being splashed with animation, the city will come alive with music, food and entertainment for the Block Party on Friday 20 March from 4pm to 10pm.

There will be live performances from Henry Wagons & The Only Children, Brooke Taylor and Grey Horizon plus a DJ and culinary treats from various food trucks.


Written by: Daz

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