Blank wall transformed into vibrant piece of art
Written on the 15 March 2016
A giant 12 metre blank wall of a Broome restaurant has been transformed into a vibrant mural over the weekend as part of a new charity-focused art venture.
Local artist Sobrane Simcock teamed up with Jack Kain, who owns The Good Cartel, to turn the diner's massive white wall into a stunning piece of art.
Since opening in the busy Chinatown area, Mr Kain said staff had always talked about having art on the wall, situated along the Cartel drive-thru, and had been waiting for an opportunity to create something unique.
Source: Broome Advertiser
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