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Meggs Mural at the Venice Love Shack

Australian artist Meggs was recently in Los Angeles where he painted a mural at the Venice Love Shack. This mural employed bold colors and a bit of an optical illusion to make the work come together.

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Australian artist Meggs was recently in Los Angeles where he painted a mural at a local spot, the Venice Love Shack. The massive lion depicted in his work had two parts; one was on the building itself and the other was on a wooden fence on the corner of the property. The only way for the piece to come together as a whole was to kneel in a particular spot that Meggs was nice enough to label. Scroll down to see this awesome mural take form.

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Stand here to see the finished result..lookout for cars
Kneel here to see the finished result..lookout for cars

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Meggs in front of his finished mural
Meggs in front of his finished mural

This was a Branded Arts project.

Photos by Birdman for Mass Appeal.

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