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Food trucks are all the rage across Australia. But in Sydney you now get a free side of street art with your saucy pulled pork buns

From yum cha and yakitori to oysters and German sausages, you can get anything your appetite craves from a food truck in Sydney. Now you’ll also find street art on the menu, as part of the concept behind award-winning food-on-wheels Eat Art Truck.

Founders Mo Moubayed and Jeremy Yong found a way to combine their passion for food with their love of street art by offering up a side of their van to talented graphic artists. Beastman, Phibs and Pencil Jedi are among the names to add to their roaming gallery, with each piece of artwork being auctioned off for charity after its month-long run on the street.

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Photos: Eat Art Truck
Main image: The work of graffiti artist Phibs is so renowned that the National Gallery of Australia has even acquired some of this work

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