Wagga's favourite arts and culture event, Lost Lanes, is fast approaching and the venue is one step closer to launching after Melbourne-based artist duo 'Creative Creative' revealed their mural.
One of the artists, Chanel Tang, said the piece represented collaboration.
"The whole mural features birds, fish and wolves because we work together as a partnership, so we really want to promote the idea of unity and harmony," she said.
The artwork, called 'Togetherness', involved a lengthy creative process according to fellow artist Ambrose Rehorek.
"We start off by having a conversation to see what kind of ideas we're interested in," he said.
"Then we reach a point where we start coming up with concepts digitally, then start contacting people who might be interested."
Miss Tang said there was an added level of difficulty to this particular mural.
"This wall is a bit interesting because there are a lot of windows and doors, but because this design is pattern based, we can have a flow on effect to suit the space," she said.
Residents and visitors will not have to wait too long to see the finished product as Miss Tang is hoping to finish by Sunday night.
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