Australian artist Fintan Magee turns isolated corners of cities and sentinel-like silos into large-scale works of art. A world away from traditional graffiti, his murals have graced the sides of buildings all around the world. Many of his artworks are political (themes range from war to the environment); all are beautiful. Keep your eyes open as you travel the world – you might just spot one of his masterpieces. After all, they’re hard to miss.
Two Worlds, El Paso, Texas, USA
The Gardener, Sicily, Italy
The Cycle, Patchewollock, Victoria
Monument to a Disappearing Monument, Stavanger, Norway
Head in the Clouds, Estarraja, Portugal
The Spear Fishermen, Cozumel, Mexico
The Messenger, Moscow, Russia
The Pyramid, Aalborg, Denmark
Two Men Fighting Over The Moon, London, UK
The Fishermen, Limerick, Ireland
The Artifact, Bogota, Colombia
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*Featured image: A detail of an exterior artwork by Fintan Magee at Brisbane’s Tryp Hotel, which is inspired by street art. Image: Tryp Hotel