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Date PostedJuly 25, 2016

Construction Work Destroys Melbourne Artefact

banksy stencils

Construction work in Melbourne has resulted in the destruction of an artefact of the city’s street culture, a group of Banksy stencils.

The stencils are by the underground street artist Banksy.

Construction workers damaged the stencils when they were installing a doorway in AC/DC Lane.

The stencils were believed to have been created in 2003 by the anonymous British artist but now even the rubble containing the work has been loaded into a skip and dumped.  Melbourne is the country’s street art capital.

Read more at http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/banksy-stencils-destroyed-in-acdc-lane-construction-works-20160710-gq2f07.html

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