Something different today. A downtown plot of land has been in a state of waiting to be developed for several years. Routinely boarding around the site is replaced. Recently a mural was painted by a small group of street artists on the boarding facing Bank Street. One morning in late July, I photographed it.
Here it is in whole, from across the street.
wow so beautiful mural artsReplyDelete
the face look so alive!!
Really colourful. 🙂ReplyDelete
Love the full blue lips!ReplyDelete
All the empty eyes are a bit scary, though. But sure make a statement, too...
Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
I like that, some streets really improve that way.ReplyDelete
Beautiful and colorful mural, I love the turtle.ReplyDelete
Take care, have a happy weekend!
So many different scenes to find within the whole work. It is very colourful:)ReplyDelete
Beautiful mural and a great header. I like that.ReplyDelete
@Gutsyanita: thank you.ReplyDelete
@Jan: this helps.
@Eileen: I do too.
@Rosie: that it is.
...it’s a shame that it is only temporary.ReplyDelete
Great mural, colourful,appealing and well done. Such a pleasant change from the graffiti one is accustomed to seeing.ReplyDelete
That certainly brightens up a mundane scene. Lets hope the new building is as attractive if it ever appears.ReplyDelete
Wow! That is a beautiful mural, lots of artistic talent.ReplyDelete
So colorful and vibrant. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
That is great work. So much better than a regular divider.ReplyDelete
A very pretty piece of urban art...too bad it's temporaryReplyDelete
It is really pretty fantastic.ReplyDelete
Nice piece of art. Vibrant and colourful.ReplyDelete
@Tom: considering the pace of the project, it could be awhile.ReplyDelete
@David: to me it does rate as street art.
@John: I think this is the status quo for the lot for at least ten years.
@Maywyn: I agree.
@DJan: you're welcome.
@Karen: I like it.
@Barbara: time will tell.
@Anvilcloud: that it is.
@Nancy: thank you.
They did a great job - the whole thing looks wonderful.ReplyDelete
This is a very busy scene with lots to see and think about.ReplyDelete
That is some incredible work, William.ReplyDelete
Canadian loon...ha ha...just noticed that! 😂
Oh wow this is fantastic William, love it all especially the message in the first pic 'Lets Keep Growing'💜ReplyDelete
It looks great. So much better than looking at hoardings.ReplyDelete
There is quite a lot to see in that mural.ReplyDelete
Fragmentando el Mural, se aprecian muy bien los detalles de la composición, de dicho Mural....hay muchas partes que demuestran la gran maestría y el arte de su autor.ReplyDelete
Feliz fin de semana.
@RedPat: it was well executed.ReplyDelete
@Red: quite so.
@Sharon: there is.
@Ventana: thank you.
Interesting, I wonder if each artist was given license to exercise his or her own creativity within the scope of the work.ReplyDelete
Great find, it's so colourful.ReplyDelete
I think my favourite is the turtle.
All the best Jan
There is a lot of talent displayed there. My favorite is the turtle.ReplyDelete
It seems popular.Delete
I think so.Delete
Wow. Great street art.ReplyDelete
That it is.Delete
Wow ~ awesome, creative and colorful street mural ~ Great photos too!ReplyDelete
Living in the moment,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
these are really lovely and colorful images.
Very much so.Delete
i wonder how they picked their color palette??. well done. way cool!! ( ;ReplyDelete
I thought so.Delete
This is VERY different -- but loads of fun and tons of fabulous color!ReplyDelete