Beastman’s Entrancing Murals Play with Color and Symmetry

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Bunbury, Australia. 2015. (Image via Street Art News)

Australian artist Beastman’s murals flow like freeform doodles across building facades. Tessellating triangle patterns, organic, leaf-like shapes, and radiating beams of color morph into one another to create symmetrical, mandala-like designs. Beastman’s latest work was spotted in the Re.Discover festival in Bunbury, Australia, which took place this past weekend. The new piece drapes a woven-looking pattern over a hexagonal building like a psychedelic koozie or quilt. Check out Beastman’s latest murals and studio works below.


Perth, Australia. 2014.


Adelaide, Australia. 2013.


Brisbane, Australia. 2013.


Collaboration with Jae Copp. Surfers Paradise, Australia. 2013.

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