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A new mural on the wall of Bayleaf cafe in Marvell Street, Byron, is a part of the ‘stART me up’ event at the Byron Bay Surf Festival.

The mural, titled exist now (but don’t ask how), was completed in around 20 hours by local artist James McMillan and his son, Colby.

Colby, who was the runner-up in last year’s stART me up art show, has completed a six-month mentorship program hosted by James and another local artist, Maria Nilsson.


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