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World’s best street artists set to colour the Port


Some of the world’s best street artists will transform Port Adelaide’s streetscapes as part of the free Wonderwalls Festival starting today.

The Port will once again provide the canvas for the transformation of prominent walls into 33 large murals.

More than 10,000 guests are expected to view the artwork as it takes shape over the three-day festival.

International artists include Telmo Miel from the Netherlands, Amanda Lynn from San Francisco, Fats from Canada, Inti from Chile, Fuzeillear from the UK and Natalia Rak from Poland.

The event kicks off with a street party tonight and another tomorrow night featuring music and food trucks. There will also be artist talks, photo tours, walking tours and exhibitions, and all events are free.

The festival is presented by Wonderwalls, Renewal SA and the City of Port Adelaide Enfield together with art suppliers Ironlak and Taubmans.

The full festival program and more information are available https://ourport.com.au/events/wonderwalls-festival-2017.

Image Caption: The Wonderwalls street art festival returns to Port Adelaide.

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