MTO in Rennes (France).
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A CONTROVERSIAL street artist has raised the ire of Melburnians after he painted one of the city's iconic laneways completely blue.
Street artist Adrian Doyle painted Rutledge Lane, which connects to the jewel in Melbourne's street art crown, Hosier Lane, with a blockout of baby-blue paint, destroying every piece of artwork in the colourful lane.
The project was done through RMIT with Council funding, Lord Mayor Robert Doyle confirmed this afternoon that he was informed of the project, an attempt to breathe new life into the heavily graffitied precinct.
The Lord Mayor ruled out nearby Hosier Lane getting the same treatment as the art work there was 'ephemeral' and worth saving.
"He has given us a blank canvas in Rutledge Lane, what we've asked the street art community to do is to look at Rutledge Lane as almost an experimental lane," Cr Doyle said.
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Cyrcle are now in Honolulu where they just wrapped up this sweet new piece.
In town for the always excellent POW! WOW! Hawaii Street Art Festival, the American duo quickly painted some of their signature imagery for the locals to enjoy.
Take a look at more images after the break and if you are in the area, you'll be able to find the wall on Queen Street in Kaka'Ako.