ROA Completes Sinister New Work on Canterbury Museum in New Zealand

ROA Completes Sinister New Work on Canterbury Museum in New ZealandImage via Street Art News

ROA is not slowing down, and it seems like the Belgian street artist can be in three places at once. Just last week we were treated to a look at his new show entitled “Paper Trails” at the White Walls SF gallery in San Francisco, an amazing collection of work that chronicled his travels across the globe. And now he’s back with yet another large-scale work. This one is on the side of the Canterbury Museum in Christchurch, New Zealand. As part of the New Zealand “Rise Street Art Festival,” ROA completed this mysterious, sinister new mural featuring two living birds and one massive avian skeleton. Check it out above.

Elsewhere in New Zealand, a campaign to come up with $10,000 has begun in order to pay ROA for a week’s worth of work. This guy has never been so in demand. 

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