SAMI'S COLOURFULWORLD

Monday, 2 November 2015

Monday Mural - Hotdog Bomb

This mural was painted by Mel McVee or Melsky (the same artist that painted Old World Trams and Mexican Fiesta). 
Called "Make Hotdogs not War" it was painted in the abandoned house adjoining the Deli from last week's Monday mural, located in Walcott street, Mount Lawley.

Even though the place looks slightly better with this bright mural, it still looks ready to receive some love and attention. I think it might be demolished with the Deli next door...

Taking part in Monday Murals - You can check other murals from around the world by following this link.
Have a lovely week!




24 comments:

  1. "Make Hotdogs not War" :-)
    But, yes, looks very rundown...

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    1. I agree Tom, anything but war!!!

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  3. A funny mural! It certainly gave me a laugh!

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    1. Thanks Halcyon, glad you like it!

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  4. How sad that it may be demolished!

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    1. Yes, true but it does look very rundown...

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  5. That is eye-catching. Sad to hear it might have go.

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    1. Hi Nambiar, thanks for your visit.

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  6. A nice find, sad it will disappear.

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    1. Thanks Marianne, some people just don't look after their buildings...

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  7. Cool! Lembra-me uma banda desenhada mas não sei dizer qual...

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    1. Sim, realmente parece um desenho de banda desenhada.

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  8. I like this one a lot! And what a good idea to drop food instead of bombs.

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    1. Thanks Pat, food is certainly better than bombs!

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  9. Dearest Sami,
    Well the murals is one but the grounds need some love as well!
    Sending you hugs,
    Mariette

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    1. The grounds look very unkempt too. Thanks for your visit Mariette.

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  10. I think you're right Sami, but it's taking a while, its been in this condition for ages. The murals really help cheering it up a bit though :)

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    1. I hadn't seen the place before, it's sad that it's been in this condition for a long time then!

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