Quick Q&A;: Are the drips on Woollies’ wall intentional?

Paint drips run down the mural.
Paint drips run down the mural. Luke Mortimer
Veronica Kretschmann
Veronica Kretschmann Luke Mortimer

"Yes. I think it's just part of the art effect. I really do like it." - Veronica Kretschmann



Margaret Quinn
Margaret Quinn Luke Mortimer

"They made it like that because you can see the drips across the wall. It looks lovely, doesn't it?" - Magaret Quinn



Marcus Vanderwolf
Marcus Vanderwolf Luke Mortimer

"If you got a professional bloke who did it, they wouldn't leave drips on it. But it doesn't look too good." Marcus Vanderwolf



Dilys Sepe
Dilys Sepe Luke Mortimer

"Probably not. It doesn't look like the paint dried too well." - Dilys Sepe

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