The artwork, which features a menacing skull facing out on to Rose Street in Fitzroy, is titled Fallen Fruit. Erected on 8 November, it was bought by the City of Yarra for A$22,000 out of a A$100,000 (£54,000) grant bestowed by the Transport Accident Commission (TAC).
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