Waterfront Whale Tales | Swimming in Nostalgia
To celebrate the Sydney Waterfront, whales, community and the official opening of the Western Harbour Precinct in its entirety; 30 whale Tales will tell 30 stories through art, along a connected trail for 6 weeks. Following their installation, the sculptures will be auctioned with proceeds supporting the Kids Cancer Project.
Inspired by personal connection to the iconic site-location & story telling, Pink Bits artwork presents a collection of memories from family photographs from 1995's Darling Harbour.
The painted design is blissfully playful in its rounded illustrative style; whilst exploring recognisable & relatable elements. The design is enveloped in an organic pattern of the oceans ripples, with a trove of memories spliced between them.
Check out the Painting Process Here on Instagram
"Sticky ice cream melting down my hand, the salty wind tousling my hair, and the sun giving my ankles a frilly sock tan.
My childhood holds so many memories at the Sydney Waterfront and many years later, I would fall in love there too. This place is where old & new memories meet.
'Swimming in Nostalgia', captures mementos, sights, sounds and warm memories of this special place."