A New ‘Famous’ Mural In Melbourne Shows Kanye West, Taylor Swift & Kim Kardashian In Bed
It was only a matter of time.
Music
September 5, 2016

Following on from the global headlines snatched by his infamous Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift murals, Lushsux strikes again with this piece honouring a scene from Kanye West’s controversial video for ‘Famous’.

It seems like nobody could decide if Yeezy’s ‘Famous’ video was pure genius or hot trash, but when you put lots of naked people together in a bed, it’s bound to get everyone talking. Moreover, it might even get its own dedication mural.

Following his recent streak of meme-worthy and topical murals, Lushsux has presented his latest masterpiece in Cremorne, Richmond in Melbourne, featuring Kanye West lying naked in bed between Taylor Swift and Kim Kardashian. Given the whole debacle around the ‘Famous’ lyric which has included everything from secret phone recordings to very public slander, we’re sure that this latest piece will generate headlines once more. We’re hoping it picks up enough traction so that West himself sees it!

Lushsux himself has already referenced the fiasco, having preciously painted a R.I.P. Taylor Swift piece back in July, while his 30-foot mural of Kim Kardashian’s naked selfie was supplemented by another piece depicting her alongside a topless Emily Ratajkowski. Now, the holy trinity of West, Swift and Kardashian have been united and re-imagined for Melbourne’s public to see.

You can take a look at the latest mural from Lushsux in all of its glory below, with the image provided to us ~exclusively~ by @xdjsx. If you happen to be in Melbourne, head to Cremorne and see it IRL:

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Update: Someone’s gone ahead and given the mural a good old fashioned makeover. See the slight alterations below, with the image courtesy of Erryn Maree:

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7FCgw_GlWc

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