A huge mural dedicated to the ‘death’ of Taylor Swift has been painted in a laneway in Melbourne - just days after Kim Kardashian ‘shut down’ the singer with a series of revealing recorded calls. The graffiti has a picture of Swift, alongside the words "in loving memory of" and "1989 - 2016".

Taylor SwiftIt's been a bad few weeks for Taylor Swift

However, the artist got his last names muddled up and wrote "Taylor Smith" instead of Taylor Swift.

The artist, Lushsux, clarified to the Daily Mail that the blending of the letters was "an unintentional mistake".

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Alongside the artwork are the words: ‘No tags please, respect the dead’.

The comedian created the masterpiece following the well-publicised feud between Swift and Kim and Kanye after Kim revealed a recording of a conversation between the singer and her rapper husband about his now infamous song, Famous.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye WestThe power couple are no longer friends with Taylor Swift

In the conversation, Taylor can be heard calling Kanye’s line, ‘I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex’ a "compliment" - contradictory to what she told the media at a later date.

However, the singer has since come out to ask where her agreement to being referred to as "that bitch" is.

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Lushsux posted a picture of his work on Instagram with the caption: "Come and leave some flowers and light some candles at her memorial in Hosier Lane in honour of her memory. #taylorswift #kimexposedtaylorparty #kimkardashian".

This latest drama comes during a bad few weeks for Taylor Swift as she fights to prove her new relationship with Tom Hiddleston is real and following a Twitter rant by her ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris after confirmation from Swift’s camp that she wrote his latest single under a pseudonym.