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Jungle Jams with the Orangutan Boys - Street Art - Street Murals

Featured In Enmore, Australia

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Painted up a new mural in Enmore on the back wall of Taste Organic. This was painted as part of the Innerwest Councils initiative called Perfect Match.


The Story of Jungle Jams with the Orangutan Boys

Once there was 3 orangutans and they were 3 brothers born deep within the jungles of Sumatra. When they were kids they spent lots of time surfing and getting sweet tubes and then when they were teenagers they started watching MTV and got inspired to start playing music and they formed a band together called the Orangutan Boys. They went pretty good and played at all their mates 21st birthday parties and then they played at some music festivals and as they say the rest is history.

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Wescover creator since 2020
Summer inspired characters inhabiting a magical world.

Mulga is Joel Moore, renowned Sydney based street artist, freelance illustrator, muralist, published author and designer of the Mulga product range. Known for his unique Australian creations and signature style of intricate line work and bright colours, Mulga’s creations grace walls across the world.

His summer inspired designs bring to life a world where tropical bearded men run rampant, tigers wear diamond sunglasses and gorillas rule the world like some kind of funky planet of the apes.

Since launching his art career in 2012, Mulga has exhibited in over 60 art shows, published 2 books, painted thousands of artworks and murals, won multiple awards and worked with a multitude of big brands including Samsung, Coca Cola, Toyota, Red Bull, Microsoft, Lenovo, Xbox, Hyundai, ING, Kinder, Youtube, Carlton, MTV, Adidas, Subaru, Slurpee, Virgin Mobile, Jagermeister, Universal Music, Mambo, Berroca and more.

Mulga also loves writing a poem for each of his creations because he reckons its a neato way to make people smile.