Jimmi Buscombe’s Interactive Glow in the Dark Mural

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The latest piece of street art in Warrnambool is best viewed at night... read more.

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224 Timor Street, Warrnambool, VIC, 3280
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The latest piece of street art in Warrnambool is best viewed at night.

Jimmi Buscombe has used specially imported glow-in-the-dark paint to create a mural at the rear of the F Project driveway in Timor Street. The paint is activated by light, so visitors can use a torch to temporarily add to the artwork.

It depicts some native flora and fauna and a barn owl. Then at night, it will have this glow-in-the-dark surface that people can come down and use their mobile phones and draw on it, or do shadow art and all sorts of different things.

It’s good for 10,000 plus charges and it’s fast, so even with just a mobile phone torch, you can draw or write and it takes up the light quickly and then releases it slowly after about 10 or 15 minutes and it will slowly fade into the darkness after that.

The mural was funded by a Warrnambool City Council Activate Warrnambool Grant.

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