Tully Moore has painted a soccer field and many other creative works and now he has turned his brushes to a giant wall, and a toilet block, in Orange.
His works Beginning and End are part of the striking public artworks being painted around McNamara Street as part of the Orange City Council's Future City program to revamp the CBD.
Mr Moore and wife Bianca are currently painting a large grey wall on a lane off McNamara Street into the fruit and vegetable street artwork known as The Beginning.
On the other side of the car park he has painted his other work, The End over a public toilet block.
It's supposed to be a nose, but it could be misread as something elseTully Moore, artist
He said the art work tied in with his job as a fruit distributor in Borenore.
"It's collaging a lot of fruit graphics from the packaging," he said.
Mr Moore said the two works had a food chain theme.
"The food chain, as in the packaging and the produce as it comes into the shed and the end of the food chain, which is the public toilet," he said.
It has also already sparked interest with a small appendage on the side of the eggplant.
"It's supposed to be a nose, but it could be misread as something else," he said.
Mr Moore said the nearly-completed work would take him a week to complete.
He said small cast-aluminium tea towels needed to be added as detail to the work.
Mr Moore said one of the more unusual, and larger, works he has completed involved painting an entire soccer field in the inner-city suburb of Fitzroy.
He has also painted works on walls for art galleries in Victoria.
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