Tour 2016 - we're a work of art in Melbourne!
26 July 2016|Tottenham Hotspur
The players have once again immersed themselves in local culture on tour - this time with a visit to one of Melbourne's many street art sites.
Melbourne is famed for its legal graffiti sites and with the help of the State Government of Victoria, the Club was honoured to have some bespoke pieces of artwork stencilled onto the walls at Union Lane, right in the heart of the city.
Below: The Spurs-themed artwork at Union Lane
Josh Onomah, Victor Wanyama, Kevin Wimmer and Harry Winks joined Club Ambassador Ledley King at Union Lane to unveil the art work and the lads took it in turns to paste the stencils onto the walls.
Artist Kitt Bennett was responsible for the artwork and explained: "Street art is a huge part of Melbourne culture and we're seen as one of the top five cities in the world in terms of graffiti and street art.
"The culture was born in the the lane ways of Melbourne and these are legal sites where anyone can come and practice their street art."
Below: Josh Onomah pastes a stencil onto the wall
Josh Onomah was impressed with the artwork at Union Lane. "It's good to understand the culture of Melbourne and I didn't know the city was so into street art, so that's been a good lesson for me."
Below: Josh and Harry Winks at Union Lane