Smug recently completed his first ever silo mural project during his most recent trip back to the motherland of Australia. The 28m silo is located in the sleepy little town of Wirrabara, which is roughly 235kms north of Adelaide, in the southern Flinders Ranges. The mural adds another notch onto to the South Australian Silo Art Trail belt, as it is slowly pieced together.
Painted on the 28-metre silo, Smug spent the better part of three weeks in his boom lift to bring the design to life. The artwork depicts the rich history of the area, with strong ties to the forestry industry as well as referencing the beautiful local flora and fauna which the area is so well known for.
Photographed by Nicole Reed.