It was only last week Kim Kardashian tried to break the internet once again with yet another nude selfie and it was certainly the source of a fair bit of debate and ultimately, shade.
But now a huge, 30-foot mural of the controversial pic has sprung up on a wall in inner-city Melbourne, Australia over the weekend and no-one knows what to think.
The pretty accurate painting is in Gwynne Street in the suburb of Cremorne, and came to the attention of radio station 3AW after it upset a local worker.
And it seems other locals aren’t happy about it, at all. A load of them phoned in to the radio station to claim they weren’t consulted about the proposed artwork.
Local graffiti artist Lush Sux – who describes themselves as a ‘social media activist’, has claimed responsibility for this artwork and quite a few others across Melbourne, including this recent one of Donald Trump.
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Speaking to Mashable Australia, Lush Sux said they instantly felt they had to paint the image when they saw it on Instagram, “in public, on a three story high building. Maybe I’m as much of an attention seeker as she is?”
Well, you could definitely say that. But it seems the mural seems will be catalyst for a new project, painting nudes on the walls of Melbourne’s laneways.
All we can say is, wow.