SAMI'S COLOURFULWORLD

Sunday, 29 November 2015

Monday Mural - Kaleidoscope

While sorting my picture files of photos taken this year, I noticed that I had taken a photo of this mural in February this year when I went into the city to meet Iris, my blogger friend from Germany, and I still hadn't posted it.

This beautiful kaleidoscope style mural was painted by Perth artist Ian Williams. You can see it on the wall of the Central Institute of Technology on Aberdeen St in Northbridge.

If you would like to see more murals around the world follow this link.

Enjoy your Sunday, a big celebration in our household tomorrow...


25 comments:

  1. Yes, I remember that - phew, what a hot day compared to now (over here)!
    Thanks again for showing us around! :-)

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    1. My pleasure Iris, always ready to show Perth around to visitors.

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  2. I really love kaleidoscopes so I think this mural is gorgeous!

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  3. Wow - it's really interesting the more I stare at it, the more I see... People....it's like one of those fascinating mind challenges, I would love to see it in the real!
    Wren x

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    1. Thanks Wren, it is quite an intricate mural, lots of shapes, colours, quite pretty! I'll show you around when you come visit.

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  4. A mandela with people and guns. What to make of it.It must be some message.

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    1. I have no idea of the meaning of this artwork. Thanks for visiting S.C.

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  5. A beautiful circle, I like the colours.

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  6. I've always loved kaleidoscopes!

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    1. Thanks Tom, kaleidoscipes can be fun.

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  7. The detail is fantastic and quite different. Happy celebrations!

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    1. Thanks LOL. It was our wedding anniversary yesterday.

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  8. If you pull it in close the detail on this one is amazing Sami, I remember being quite intrigued by it.

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    1. I agree Grace, there's a lot of detail in this mural.

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  9. This is amazing. I hate to think how many hours it took to create it. So much detail.

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    1. Thanks for your visit Genie. I agree there is a lot of detail, it would have taken ages to paint!

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