Where form meets function

Graffiti artist, Lushsux, made headlines last month when he violated Melbourne sexism laws by painting a monokini-clad Hilary Clinton mural in a local suburb. Now the professional rascal has returned, this time turning his mischievous eye to Kanye West’s (already infamous) “Famous” video.

First, an Instagram photo appeared of the artist aloft a crane, applying the finishing touches to his masterpiece.

And while the technical prowess that goes into such a piece is undeniable, local laws mean it would be denounced and inevitably removed. As a way of circumventing such rules, then, Lushsux got creative and took the censorship process into his own hands.

Now *that’s* clever.

In other mural news, check out this gigantic artwork that took over 40 days to paint.

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