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Graffiti artist’s transformation of underground passage in Great Yarmouth

PUBLISHED: 11:38 25 September 2018 | UPDATED: 12:32 25 September 2018

Emo's underground gallery on Lawn Avenue as part of the Reprezent Project. Picture Joseph Norton

Emo's underground gallery on Lawn Avenue as part of the Reprezent Project. Picture Joseph Norton

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Have you seen Emo Raphiel Astoria’s latest artwork gallery in Great Yarmouth? The graffiti artist’s latest work has transformed the underground passage on Lawn Avenue.

Emo's underground gallery on Lawn Avenue as part of the Reprezent Project. Picture Joseph NortonEmo's underground gallery on Lawn Avenue as part of the Reprezent Project. Picture Joseph Norton

Emo has been working hard on his exhibition alongside Ruben Cruz who is from the Reprezent Project after they were given permission by the borough council to carry out the artwork.

Emo's underground gallery on Lawn Avenue as part of the Reprezent Project. Picture Joseph NortonEmo's underground gallery on Lawn Avenue as part of the Reprezent Project. Picture Joseph Norton

Now it has been completed it is available for the public to enjoy.

Emo's underground gallery on Lawn Avenue as part of the Reprezent Project. Picture Joseph NortonEmo's underground gallery on Lawn Avenue as part of the Reprezent Project. Picture Joseph Norton

The Reprezent Project in Great Yarmouth focuses on founding unique and accessible creative learning environments that can enhance the lives of young people in different ways.

We’ve chosen a selection of the wonderful artwork for you to take a look at.

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