More decal choices for Sydney’s new Harbour Bridge, with more options available for those who want to make a statement on climate change.
Decals have already been added to the bridge, with a number of artists now able to put their stamp on the design.
It is understood that the artist is the artist behind the mural of the Sydney Opera House, which will appear on the bridge.
The artwork will be painted over with a black and white gradient, to highlight the water.
The artist, who does not want to be named, has been given a two-year contract with the city to paint the bridge and the new harbour entrance.
In an Instagram post, the artist said: “This will be a very special bridge.
This is where the world’s biggest ocean meets the world, and it will be the first time that this will be truly the new Harbour Entrance.”
The mural, which features iconic Sydney landmarks such as the Sydney Harbour and Sydney Opera, is expected to be completed by the end of the year.
Work will start in early 2018.
For more on the NSW Government’s new harbour crossing, including the new Sydney Harbour bridge, click here.
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