Peregrine Falcon by Damien Mitchell


Painted: June 23, 2017

(This mural has been closely broken.)

Sponsored By: Alex Kliment [for Milan]

Concerning the Chook: The world’s quickest birds, Peregrine Falcons plunge from the sky at as much as 180 miles per hour to strike medium-size birds in midair. Though Peregrines can tolerate a variety of weather conditions, their avian prey could also be much less adaptable, so the falcons may face meals shortages in a altering local weather. Elevated warmth waves and wildfire will even pose a risk.

Concerning the Artist: A graffiti artist–turned–road artist from Wagga Wagga, Australia, Damien Mitchell freehands his work utilizing solely spray paint. “For this wall I used to be given the subject and requested to make it ‘rock and roll,’” he says. “I initially wished to have the falcon holding a Chihuahua… This was decided to be an excessive amount of so I added some lightning and referred to as it a day.”

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