Monday, March 26, 2018

Monday Mural

I am late with this but at least it is still Monday. It is not too remarkable and the hoardings prevent any checking for an artist. It is quite large though. Spencer Street in Melbourne.


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  1. I do love street art - even the pieces I don't like if that makes sense.

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  2. She's looking a little blue, perhaps a bit of chocolate would make her a bit brighter.

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    1. River, you have chocolate on your brain since you can't have any.

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    2. I sneak a bit now and again, shhh.

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  3. I wrote for tomorrow a post about murals the city had painted in the station so that taggers have no space anymore !! When it's art I love murals or Graffitis !

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    1. Good way to beat the vandals Gattina.

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  4. I like seeing things like this because it really displays the talent of someone, and makes me wonder how in the heck did they get it done with no one noticing, and how long did it take? (lol) Happy Monday and Hugs...RO

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    1. RO, these would be commissioned works, probably paid for. They do seem to work quickly.

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  5. Feeling very blue is she?
    It's a nice one Andrew. You should link your murals to the Monday Murals :)

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    1. Sami, very blue. I feel I have to commit to link.

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  6. I like it! It fascinates me how the artists work out the perspective on these huge projects. The style looks a wee bit familiar!

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    1. Exactly Grace. I don't get that either.

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  7. Ahh, I see the cold weather has got to her, too.

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    1. Jayne I guess that's why we think blue is a cold colour.

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  8. Those street artists are so talented.

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    1. Lee, I especially admire the ones who can do 3D work. They are brilliant.

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  9. It is large - and rather nice.

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    1. Margaret, and it certainly improves a very ugly building.

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