Monday, October 20, 2008

Aerosol Arabic and Crooked Rib

We walked up Spark Lane to see this fantastic street art project starting up. The Crooked-Rib team were sitting in the lane cutting a stencil of a verse from the Koran. The verse describes how, even if the river flows abundantly, it is best to take only as much water as you need. They had picked it because they felt it was relevant for Melbourne today. They said it was difficult cutting the script - lots of swirls and curls - hard on the hands. Aerosol Arabic had just started the mural. It'll be finished next Monday.

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