Artist extraordinaire Rudy Kistler was in town on Friday wowing festival goers with his latest 3D chalk installment on Clarinda Street.
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It was Rudy's sixth visit to the Parkes Elvis Festival, but this time he was only here for one day and one piece of artwork.
"I've had so many people looking out for my street art," he said.
"People have been coming up to me wanting to see it and that makes me feel good."
Originally from Southern Illinois, Rudy has been living in Australia for 16 years and making 3D mural art for the last 12.
He and his artist wife Konatsu Honda live in Dorrigo.
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