An Australian graffiti artist finished the amazing project in just one week.
According to legend, the mother of St. Mungo, whom some versions call St. Enoch and others Teneu, was cast out of her home by her father after becoming pregnant, and her son St. Mungo would go on to found the cathedral in Glasgow. The robin depicted perched in the mural represents a miracle supposedly performed by St. Mungo in which he restored life to St. Serf’s robin.
Many are praising the artist for the life it brings to the High Street, while some women are even praising him for the depiction of a mother breastfeeding, as they hope the display of this image will help to normalize breastfeeding for mothers.
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