Anthony Lister in Los Angeles

The last time we saw Anthony Lister in Los Angeles, he painted a mural based on the film The Rise

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The last time we saw Anthony Lister in Los Angeles, he painted a mural based on the film The Rise of the Planet of the Apes. The Australian art extraordinaire is back again as he prepares for his solo show at New Image Art. Looking to get out of the cramped studio setting, Lister took to the streets to create a mural with help from Branded Arts. After only three short hours, Lister was done, proving that speed and execution are two traits in his big bag of tricks.

Photography: Carlos Gonzalez
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