SAMI'S COLOURFULWORLD

Monday, 5 October 2015

Monday Mural - Collaboration

Another mural in an alleyway off 634 Beaufort Street in Mount Lawley, on the side wall of Daily Planet Cafe.
It was a collaboration work painted by Sydney artists Beastman (aka Brad Eastman), Numskull (aka Elliot Routledge) and Perth artist Creepy (aka Kyle Hughes-Odgers).
I also spotted the name of The Yok there, so I suppose he was also involved (see last photo).

Click here to view all participants of Monday Mural




26 comments:

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    1. Don't know, you mean because of the hands and wrist bangles?

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  2. I like the style of it! It is interesting to see the names they work under.

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    1. Thanks Pat, they do make up some interesting artsy names.

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  3. You come up with the most unusual, unique, and colorful murals. This one is no exception.


    I missed your weekend post. It must have been especially busy. I appreciate your visits, even though I'm often slow to respond.

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    1. HI Elizabeth, we did a lot on the weekend, I haven't had a chance to write about it...

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  4. I love the use of space turned into something so lovely!

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    1. Thanks for your visit Cache-Mire, I agree ugly bare walls are turned into head-turners.

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  5. Love the design. Lots to see here and lots of fabulous color!

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    1. Thanks Halcyon, I agree there's lots to see!

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  6. A very nice mural, I like the blue coulours.

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  7. Nice mural and very well executed by the artist.

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  8. I like the round shapes in the mural, and the colours are very expressive.

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    1. Thanks Marleen, I love all the colours too.

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    1. Thanks for your visit Tom, I agree there are quite a few body arts in that mural!

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  10. There is a lot to discover! Beautiful colours and shapes.

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    1. Hi Chai, thanks for visiting. Love your mural too!

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  11. I was there this morning early with my young great niece and nephew after spending the night, I took them for breakfast so many fabulous murals there, love this one Sami.

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    1. Thanks Grace, Mt Lawley is full of amazing murals!

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  12. Dearest Sami,
    There are all kind of colorful body parts and other things on that wall!
    A foot with only four toes... Don't know what that 'stands' for...
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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    1. I had to laugh Mariette, I don't think we're able to interpret these works of art - they must have a meaning to those that paint it, but most times we can't make sense of them!

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  13. You have so many amazing murals over there. It sure is a colourful one.

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