Australian muralist Fintan Magee painted a two-part mural depicting levitating girls, suggesting a message to the audience to dream. His work typically employs a theme of surrealism. Much of his art allows the audience to interpret its own meanings for his paintings, evoking conversation from people by letting them express their own perspectives.
His works are often exhibited in obscure, broken environments to stress the importance of art in any kind of setting. He told the Daily Telegraph, ““Public art is very important because not everyone can go to a gallery every day. It is important to make art part of everyday life.”