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Ever wondered what a T-Rex looks like from the inside? Street artist Nycho is the biology professor you wish you had

In the fairly pigeon-holed game of colossal, anatomical, animalistic street murals, Nychos unsurprisingly has the monopoly. His pieces are detailed dissections of everything from kangaroos to dinosaurs, as eye catching as they are humungous.

He’s been kicking around for a while now (I remember seeing the whale mural in 2012), but has recently shown his face in Melbourne for an exhibition with Juddy Roller Gallery.

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Taking his anatomical monstrosities around the world, few practicing street artists match the tailored, detailed style of Nychos.

These days Nychos serves as the manager and founder of Rabbit Eye Movement, a Vienna based gallery and agency dedicated to street art and specifically the artists which fuel the global ideal.

Check out some more of his work below, and follow Nycho on Instagram to stay up to date.

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March 15, 2017

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