Music to our eyes

Photo by Gerard O'Brien.
Photo by Gerard O'Brien.
A mural - some might say a visual symphony - by UK street artist Phlegm nears completion in Manse St at the end of the Dunedin Street Art Festival yesterday.

Nine walls in the warehouse district were transformed into alfresco galleries of creativity and colour, at the hands of New Zealand and overseas artists during the two-week festival.

Among other Dunedin works by Phlegm are a ship-eating fish in Vogel St, a long-limbed creature in Moray Pl, and a bird at Second Beach in St Clair, all painted this year.

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