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Beastman’s Entrancing Murals Play with Color and Symmetry

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.


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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