Stunning new mural completed in Oakleigh by Danielle Weber


Dig if U will and Mig Collection have announced the completion of a stunning new mural at their shared premises at 22A Atherton Road, Oakleigh.

This vibrant artwork, commissioned from one of Australia’s most talented artists, Danielle Weber, has already received glowing feedback from the local community.

The mural, depicting Eos, the Greek goddess of a new dawn, symbolises a fresh start and the bright future envisioned by the business owners, Vaya Giagtzis and Fay Anagnostopoulos, as they settle into their new location.

Danielle Weber’s impressive portfolio includes the Matildas mural at Bondi, artwork for The Rock’s global premiere of the Black Adam movie, and a commissioned portrait by Arnold Schwarzenegger. Her extensive experience includes works for high-net-worth dwellings and businesses.

“We are thrilled with the completion of this beautiful mural by Danielle Weber,” Ms Giagtzis, owner of Dig if U will, said.

“The positive feedback from our community has been overwhelming. Nektaria from ByNektaria, who has been traveling to Greece for her business, remarked that driving past this new landmark reminded her children of Athens. They absolutely love it.”

The mural not only enhances the visual appeal of the premises, but also serves as a testament to the businesses’ commitment to celebrating local talent and the Oakleigh community. The depiction of Eos is particularly meaningful, representing the dawn of a new chapter for Dig if U will and Mig Collection.

“We love our Oakleigh community and are so pleased to see their enthusiastic response to the mural,” Ms Anagnostopoulos, owner of Mig Collection, said.

“Eos symbolises hope and new beginnings, which perfectly aligns with our move to this new location. We hope this mural inspires further improvements and fosters a strong sense of community in Oakleigh.”

Customers and community members are encouraged to visit and experience the vibrant new look at Dig if U will and Mig Collection. The businesses express their gratitude for the community’s support and invite everyone to enjoy this new addition to Oakleigh.




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