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Monday, 6 August 2018

Monday Mural - Kaleidoscope

Painted for the Szines Varos Festival in 2015, celebrating street art in Budapest, this 100sqm mural was painted by a young Portuguese artist Pedro Campiche AKA Akacorleone on the walls of a house next to the patio where Koleves Garden & Restaurant is at 35 Kazincsy street in the Jewish District (district VII).

I spotted one of his murals in Lisbon during my visit to Portugal in April this year and in 2016 I posted about a mural of his also in Lisbon.
link: https://sami-colourfulworld.blogspot.com/2016/06/on-one-of-my-walks-around-lisbon-i-came.html

If you like murals or have a mural you'd like to post, this meme is for you; just follow the Linky steps below.   Be sure to link back to this blog and visit your fellow posters.  Looking forward to your mural finds this week.  Thanks 






49 comments:

  1. I like this one as well. Big and very bright.

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    1. Certainly very bright, thanks Catarina.

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  2. Schönes Wandbild unwd so groß.

    Noke

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  3. Trust you to find a mural in Budapest painted by a Portuguese artist. The mural looks very Portuguese.

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    1. Thanks Andrew, it was a lucky find on the way to breakfast, but I recognized the style straight away.

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  4. Abstract art at its best. I love it!!!

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    1. Obrigada Pedro, boa semana para si tambem.

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  6. I finally made it here, Sami. :) :) Tragic the fires in Monchique this week. It's crazy hot there!

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    1. Thanks Joanne. Just read about the fires, hope that the destruction doesn't reach last year's proportions and there's no lives lost.
      My Mom was telling me it was 44C on Sunday in Lisbon, really crazy!

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  7. Colorful, reminds me a bit of Happy Rizzi House :-)

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  8. Vibrant and colourful, a fantastic mural.

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  9. Very nice street-art and great to see. Hot greetings from Europe!

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    1. Thanks for your visit Ulli. Keep cool.

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  10. Great mural reminds me a bit of the glue and cut work as toddler in kindergarten but with a much more adult feel.

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  11. Seen it, 2 weeks ago, didn't know about the artist

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    1. We probably saw a few of the same murals in Budapest :)
      I recognized the style as soon as I saw it because I had seen two of his other murals in Lisbon.

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  12. Love his style Sami, this is quite similar to the other one in colours etc. It's a wee bit Picasso'ish don't you think?

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    1. Yes, I also found his murals to be quite similar in colours specially.

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  13. I like his style and his use of color!

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    1. Thanks Pat, certainly is very bright.

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    1. Obrigada Francisco, boa semana para si.

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  15. Dearest Sami,
    You have quite a nose for spotting work done by your country of birth's people!
    Quite special and also that you'd seen more of Pedro's art.
    Sending you hugs,
    Mariette

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    1. Thanks Mariette, yes I recognized the style and colours he uses, so it was easy.

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  16. The style reminds me of Matisse.

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  17. So vibrant!
    Great find, Sami.
    Thank you for hosting. ��

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  18. That one is seriously beautiful and bright! Makes me happy!

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  19. Wow!
    That's colourful!

    All the best Jan

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