Street Artist’s “Celebrity Takeover” In Hosier Lane, Melbourne

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What an interesting week it’s been for Melbourne street art. Soon after the snapchat fight between Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and Taylor Swift, went viral, Melbourne artist LUSH whipped up the controversial memorial piece to Swift in Hosier lane, which was then updated with a character supposed to represent Harambe, and then yet again with Kanye’s face mysteriously appearing.

h/t: streetartnews

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The story of the changing face in Hosier lane proved to go viral itself with news articles in the Herald Sun Acclaim Mag, BBC News and Yahoo news.Lush also posted two videos on Instagram which at the time of this post had nearly 100,000 views…

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I also helped to make Taylor Smith famous @privatekanye

A video posted by lushsux (@lushsux) on

Check LUSH’s amazing artworks:

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