More than a year later, Baxter is back in Mildura to paint his mural celebrating all the ways to “work, rest and play” in the City Heart.
He approached the brief in his own style, his signature bold, bright and colourful design exploring what the CBD means to different people.
Mildura City Heart manager Danielle Hobbs said each of the three CBD murals highlighted a different aspect of the precinct, its history and its culture.
“We aim to get people thinking about the idea that so many people work, rest and play here in the City Heart, and that’s going to mean something different for everyone,” she said.
Ms Hobbs said the latest addition to the CBD’s street art landscape was a blend of abstract and figurative.
“It’s not immediately accessible like our Mildura mural, people will need to take a moment to look at it and find the details, but that’s the fun of it,” she said.
“It’s important to bring different styles and interpretations of our CBD to life through this project,” she said.