Kitt Bennett’s “aerial mural work” was recently combined with satellite technology to craft the world’s most massive independently created piece of “gif-iti” (or GIF-style graffiti) on 96,875-square-feet of waterfront space in Australia. The work, crafted by Bennett alongside collective Juddy Roller, features 10 figures that craft a “moving” scene when viewed as such below. Bennett was last featured on our site here.
“Inhabiting a colossal 9000 sqm of disused waterfront ground space at Port Melbourne’s Fisherman’s Wharf precinct, the project took Bennett 30 days to complete; using 700 litres of paint to compose the work which comprises a series of 10 individual 30-metre-long figures … ,” Common State says. “The size and form of this mural is unprecedented – four times the size of the previous holder of the title, (which clocks in at 27 storeys high) this mural has taken over the equivalent of 90 floors-worth of ground space.”
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30 epic days straight and Australia's most innovative muralist, @kitt_bennett has finally completed this epic work, "9 till 5". Painted using only @taubmans acrylic and @monarchpainting rollers and brushes , and made possible thanks to the kind people at Independent Cement and Lime, especially our buddy @sroandco. SWIPE RIGHT to see this epic new work in its entirety! @common___state 🙏👍👌 #juddyroller #groundmural #melbourne #streetart @fishermans_bend @danielandrewsmp @martinfol eymp @courtney_dalton