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“Shinka” by Fin DAC in Adelaide, Australia

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January 19, 2016
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Our friend Fin DAC continues his painting trip down under, hopping from city to city and state to state.

He’s currently in Adelaide where he’s just completed a new mural entitled ‘Shinka’ (Japanese for evolution or progress).
Painted as part of the Little Rundle Street Project in the Kent Town district and featuring one of his most popular models/muses: Meghna Lall. The Irish artist spent 4 days painting the image across a wall and roller/shutter door and it includes a mix of both Asian and English Victoriana elements/imagery.
Stay tuned for more from the artist on his next stop in Melbourne.

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