Meggs Paints a Mural for FareShare, Australia's Largest Charity Kitchen (Video)

Meggs Paints a Mural for FareShare, Australia's Largest Charity Kitchen (Video)Image via Flickr- http://www.flickr.com/photos/ajhaysom/

Over a period of ten days, Meggs painted a mural on the walls of FareShare, the largest charity kitchen in Australia that collects surplus food from businesses and turns them into meals for hundreds of charities. Meggs helped create a previous mural with the Everfresh crew and was happy to help when the organization called on him to paint their new location. In the video below, FareShare CEO Marcus Godinho explains that they didn't want a literal mural, but one that "brings out FareShare's energy, responsive, and innovative nature." Check out the process video below to see the art come alive and hear from the artist himself:

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