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Everfresh & Friends Fighting Extinction

The guys, who invented the biggest marker worldwide and created their own graffiti mobile known under the popping name Everfresh, just teamed up with a couple of friends to repaint Melbourne’s infamous ACDC Lane for charity…

Zoos Victoria is fighting extinction and has committed to ensure twenty native species do not go extinct on their watch. Enlisting the help of laneway artists from Everfresh and Blender studios, the fight has taken to the streets. The murals will help to raise awareness of some of these critically endangered species, many of which live right in Melbourne’s own backyard. For more info zoo.org.au!

In the end, this project brought together several interesting representatives of the local urban scene, like Meggs, Drew Funk and others. In my eyes, this project is a great way to attract publicity for this worthy cause. Well done!

Everfresh & Friends Fighting Extinction

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