The Goodwood Goddesses Have Arrived To Brighten Up Your Commute

Mimby Jones Robinson, esteemed South Aussie street artist, has recently given Goodwood Tram Station a colourful makeover with two large-scale Goddess murals now complete for your viewing pleasure.
Commissioned by the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure and painted on a control box, these vibrant artworks aren’t just for show but also serve a deeper purpose – to represent the powerful and beautiful multi-cultural women of Adelaide (while also making the commute home a little less dull).

💚 I have been painting my rainbow butt off this week creating two large Goddess murals in Goodwood. I'll be adding a time lapse video of me painting these two gorgeous pieces on my YouTube channel this week or … hmmmm it could be the next! It really depends how much sleep I get with my toddler. Ok – it will definitely be uploaded by the end of the year I can promise that 💪😂💚💚💚💚 **Limited edition art prints of both Goddesses will be available from my Etsy store from tomorrow 12 pm! Get in touch if you would like to snap one up !💚 #goddesspainting #instaartoftheday #aerosolart #streetart #mural #adelaidestreetart #australianstreetart #mimbyjonesrobinsonart #mural #muralartist #australianstreetart #muralart #murals #streetartlondon #graff #berlinstreetart #barcelonastreetart #muralist #adelaidestreetart @fizzyfingers @glamadelaide @cityofadelaide @welovesouthaustralia

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If you’re looking to catch a glimpse of these beauties (and snap a shot for your Instagram), you can find them located across from the Goodwood Tram Station on Goodwood Road.

It’s great to see more and more incredible artwork popping up around the region (such as the silo art of Eyre Peninsula) and Mimby’s artwork is another welcome addition, that truly highlights our culturally vibrant state.

You can see more of Mimby’s work here.


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