Whyman honoured with mural in Wagga Wagga

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Wanderer Jada Whyman has been honoured in her hometown of Wagga Wagga with a giant mural as part of their Lost Lanes festival. 

Wanderer Jada Whyman has been honoured in her hometown of Wagga Wagga with a giant mural as part of their Lost Lanes festival. 

The portrait is of both Dane Simpson and Whyman, who are pictured in the Wiradjuri Reserve in Wagga. 

The mural was one of four pieces unveiled at the Lost Lanes festival and is a permanent fixture along the Wiradjuri Walking Track.

The work is by Sydney-based artist Reubszz.

As I put my leftover paint back into it's respective positions.. it's been a good time to reflect on the last few days. The subjects in my portraits are @thedanesimpson and @jadawhyman two people that are absolutely smashing it! They are a true inspiration to what it means to be committed, hustle and chase your passion. They are pictured in the Wiradjuri Reserve in Wagga as both are Indigenous Australians local to the area. I had the best time! Met the most amazing people! One of the best things about being a street artist is the yarns and characters you meet along the way. Everyone gets an impression from your work. Thanks to @visitwaggawagga and @cadellplace for having me especially Karly and Sally. Millie for helping me out and just generally sussing it! Danny and Jill wel catch up soon! Craig and all the great people @tcbrewery Amanda, Yo all such legends. I met so many great people its hard to list them all! Feel a bit gutted being back in Sydney now but I know I'll be back real soon!??? swipe ➡️ for the full pic

A post shared by reubszz (@reubszz) on Jun 21, 2018 at 1:37am PDT