Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Tuesday Transformations



A work still in progress, well the landscaping when the photo was taken. Budapest, Hungary by Neopaint.





Thinking a bit outside of the box. Aurec Sur Loire, France by Patrick Commecy.



This one is a bit different being made out of trash and found objects. Lisbon, Portugal by Bordalo.

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  1. the last photo is great

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  2. Love these. And surprisingly my animal loving self likes the first transformation more than the last. The balloon perhaps...

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    1. My choice too, EC. It's an old fashioned looking balloon.....nice.

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    1. Diane, aren't people so talented. Of course your talents lie in other areas.

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  4. I think that's a great use of trash and found objects, much better than tossing things into the ocean where they will kill fish and sea birds. I like the middle transformation best.

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    1. River, I so agree about trash. You know my grandparents used to but out a very small rubbish bin once a week for collection. Why do we have so much rubbish now? One day I will analyse our rubbish output. The middle one appealed to me because it turned the wall into a working site.

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  5. Love all the murals. I'm hoping that I can see the last one in person when I go on holidays to Portugal next month.

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    1. Sami, do you have any idea where it is? I've been to Lisbon. It is a big place. If you need some travel tips for Portugal, feel free to ask, hehe. Ok, I just googled raccoon mural and it is easy to find. We saw some really good murals in both Lisbon and Porto.

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    2. Thanks Andrew, lol. I've actually been googling about dozens of murals around Lisbon, so I have a big list already. Must make a list for Porto too.

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  6. Brilliant! I like it when ugly and plain are gussied up to be interesting or beautiful.

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    1. Strayer, Europe seems to be very enthusiastic about murals like these.

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