Easter Island Graffiti on Wolfe Street, Newcastle

Looks like this is an ongoing story. A while back, John asked for some pictures of the Easter Island mural on the corner of Wolfe and Tyrrell Streets, Newcastle. During the glorious days when the old mansion on the corner was the abode of artists, musos and general party animals, the graffiti was lovingly tended. Now, the owner has booted them out and is slowly redoing the place for some up-market tenants. Of course, the mural and its associated artwork is gone. In response to John’s initial request, I posted some digital pictures earlier. But I knew I had some other pictures. Eventually, they turned up – from some film shots.











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