Earlier this year I collaborated with Aurelia Carbone in one of her crazy anamorphic mural installations (two dimensional murals that appear elongated and distorted until you look at them from one specific place.) I illustrated a giant cuttlefish - affectionally known as Grahame, who was projected and traced onto a large wall off Jetty Road in Brighton.
The Giant Cuttlefish is a local resident of South Australia's coastline and it’s numbers have been dwindling over the last decade. It is well known for its amazing colour changing and camouflage abilities. It was a temporary installation drawn in charcoal and chalk to highlight it's status in the wild and it's amazing ability to hide and disappear.