SAMI'S COLOURFULWORLD

Monday, 21 September 2015

Flying Squirrel on the wall - Monday Mural

This mural entitled "Flying Squirrel" or "Sugar Glider" (I've seen it described by both names)  was painted by the Dutch artist/Fremantle resident Amok Island

It was painted for the 2015 FORM and was painted on the side wall of a building in Nick's Lane in Northbridge, just across from the Perth's city centre.


Taking part in Monday Murals, click HERE to see more murals from around the world. 


22 comments:

  1. Awwww, how cute is that! And such fresh colors, beeautiful!

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    1. I love the colour too, turquoise being my favourite!

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  2. This is the largest flying squirrel that I have ever seen.

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    1. I agree Tom, don't even know if squirrels can fly, but I doubt it!

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  3. Now that is a fun one! There are squirrels that fly like that - it is more of a glide than an active flight.

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    1. Thanks Pat, hence the sugar glide name, I've learned something new!

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  4. Ha ha! I'd say it's more of a splat than a flight!! Great one, love it :)
    Wren x

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  5. This is a great one again. You have such wonderful murals in Perth

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    1. Thanks Marianne, Perth is full of murals, I don't think I've seen half of them!

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  6. I really love this mural - one of my favorites

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    1. Thanks Aimee, I like Amok's work, such fun and bright characters!

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  7. Love this one Sami, Amok Island is one of my favourite artists.

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    1. Me too, he's painted lovely murals.

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  8. This is a lot of fun. Love his face and the fact that he looks like a kite. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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    1. Thanks ODP, yes it does look like a kite. Thanks for hosting the Monday Mural.

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  9. Dearest Sami,
    That is a cute face but he/she has an enormous tail!
    Love it though as a mural.
    Sending you hugs,
    Mariette

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    1. Thanks Mariette, a long tailed squirrel...

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  10. This is INCREDIBLE. I can see how it got both its names.

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  11. Thanks for your visit Elizabeth.

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