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Guido van Helten 

http://www.guidovanhelten.com/

Rolling at Unanderra spotted by @inshrds with @manildra & @followthewanderers

Spotted by @emalee_johnston_ My painting of Marianne returning home to @manildra

Video out soon on @abciview with @selinamiles

One last shot by @agencyiceberg from Chapel street, Windsor of my wall at @melbpoly and @juddyroller @chapelprecinct

Photo by @nnova_777 at @melbpoly with @juddyroller

In Coonalpyn, South Australia Article online @abcsoutheastsa

Spotted near Cootamundra, NSW photo by @eagleangel

@manildra @followthewanderers @selinamiles

Falling, to move from a higher to a lower level, typically rapidly and without control

An Interpretation of modern society and its influence on architecture, painted at the Melbourne Polytechnic campus in Prahran, a place of study for AUSLAN sign language.

Pictured is Melbourne based contemporary dancer Anna Seymour who has had a primary role in establishing numerous projects for deaf dancers including the Delta Project, which symbolizes the coming together of different bodies of water through collaborative dancing that connects both hearing and deaf dancers. Coordinated by @juddyroller and @Melbpoly in Melbourne, Australia.

Read more in Melbournes Age

http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/deaf-dancer-graces-new-sevenstorey-mural-in-windsor-20170126-gtzhft.html

Working in Melbourne on the Polytechnic campus in Prahran (@melbpoly) @juddyroller @monnikc

'Bushy' Spotted in the yard by @kurthen

Thanks to @manildra and @selinamiles for upcoming @followthewanderers episode

Lyn and @rum671 sitting in the yard... somewhere in NSW, thanks for the photo sent by @meils60

Part of 7 carriages painted with @manildra for @followthewanderers series coming later this year

Here is a wall in Ashfield, Sydney painted in collaboration with @mitchfongphoto and coordinated by @juddyroller for @innerwest_Council

This work was based on images taken at the Exodus Foundation following a visit in late 2016. This organization is dedicated to providing health and food services for disadvantaged, poor and at-risk people in Sydney’s west. Based a block up the street from this wall, they provide meals to hundreds of people daily.

They accept donations. Link in Bio

https://www.exodusfoundation.org.au/make-a-difference/donate/

Shout out to @mitchfongphoto @juddyroller @ed_whitfield @funskull and @bradeastman