A big yes to the background - and street art more generally. I am with you about the female in this one though.
EC, the legs were certainly challenging with a piece of timber running along the wall.
Maybe it was painted to celebrate Victorian Netball? Didn't they win something recently?
Cathy, I don't know but you may well be right. I suppose it has been there for over four weeks now.
I can see nothing wrong with the female figure, except for the arm in the foreground is out of perspective...in my opinion...to my eyes.
Lee, you are certainly right about the arm, but I can't really say why the figure doesn't work for me.
It has a bit of a Deco-y feel, as if influenced by the 1925-39 era.
Ah yes Hels, the sunburst.
There's too much wrong in that picture; I would need to look away when passing. Nice idea, not enough skill.
Cro, sometimes you can see things better when they are small. She looks contorted.
Poor quality drawing. The artist needs a a couple of years in 'life classes'.
It seems Melbourne's mural artists excel at not getting the human form right.
It's an ok mural but like you not fond of the women, seems to have a bit of a weird face.
Yes Margaret. While I am sure the artist is talented, he or she has a lot of work to do on painting people.
Odd mural, a sunrise, a Taj Mahal type of building and a bright blue tennis or basketball court.
River, the building is our Flinders Street Station. I've seen blue playing courts but not that blue.
Would have been better without the girl.
Maribeth, yes if not done well, better she is left out.
Well it has started a conversation Andrew, that's the main goal for street artists 😀 I like the colours a lot, as you say it brightens up this spot.P.s. did you see my comment on your 'God has died' post?
Grace, so true about art. I hadn't seen your comment but I have now.
I like the background too:)
Sandra, 'nuff said.
Looks like an amusement park in the background.
Our big wheel Sandra. Nice views of railway yards.