Over the past six months, Powerhouse Geelong in Victoria, Australia, has been transformed by the creative endeavours of more than 350 street artists.
The 3,000sqm building, which sits on six acres facing Corio Bay, has been empty since it was abandoned 45 years ago.
The six-storey-high walls, industrial staircases, windows and rooms have lately become a canvas for innovative designs, among them a giant piece by local hero Rone.
This piece by internationally-renowned street artist Rone, who hails from Geelong himself, dominates the southern end of the structure.
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