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Monday, 24 February 2020

Monday Mural - The ladies at the Vat 2 Restaurant

As I mentioned last week, I also saw some murals in the dining area of the Vat 2 Restaurantin Bunbury.

The beautiful ladies were painted in July 2017, by Perth artist ArtbyDestroy, who also painted the murals from last week's post.
Apparently there are 4 faces, but I only saw 3, the missing one might have been in one of the private dining rooms.
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.  

Monday Mural Meme goes lives at 12,01am Perth, Western Australian time.
Thanks, Sami. 











64 comments:

  1. Those are very distinctive murals. I wonder if they sell the silk scarves with their name embedded in the design!

    As always, it's great that you put together this shared appreciation of murals and street art.

    best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Mae. I don't think they sell scarves, but maybe the artist could :)

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  2. ...sultry ladies I might add! Thanks Sami for hosting.

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  3. Dearest Sami,
    The final photo shows the best!
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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    1. Thanks Mariette. I managed to spot the last one in one of the small private dining rooms when they opened the sliding doors for a short while.

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  4. Murals in the news again -- I think readers of your weekly mural collection would find this article and its many photos interesting:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/22/us/kobe-bryant-lakers-los-angeles.html

    Quote from this article:

    "Los Angeles has a history of street art, from graffiti to towering multicolor murals. Expressing their grief at Kobe’s passing, many street artists have drawn inspiration from Judith Baca, Eliseo Art Silva and other celebrated artists who helped to establish a vibrant culture using the streets as their canvas."

    Best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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    1. Mae, thanks for this link. It really got to me. I was a HUGE Kobe fan and these murals are wonderful, if not a bit surreal.

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    2. Beautiful murals Mae, thanks for the link. I know there was also a Kobe mural painted in Lisbon. Will have to look for it next time I visit Portugal.

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  5. Hello, they are beautiful ladies and murals. Enjoy your day, wishing you a great new week!

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  6. these three portraits are absolutely magnificent and made with a lot of talent.
    Have a nice week.

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    1. Thanks Kwakito, glad you like them :) Enjoy your week too.

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    1. The artist certainly love the bright lipstick! Thanks Andrew :)

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  8. Beautiful murals. There is SO much expression on these women's faces. The artist has a true command of his work. Loved all of these.

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    1. Thanks Elizabeth, he's a great artist, and paints in various styles.

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  9. As pessoas que têm este dom têm que ser felizes.
    Boa semana

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    1. Espero que sim Pedro, pintar faz bem a alma :) Boa semana.

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  10. Cool finds. Very nicely done. :)
    Thank you for hosting, Sami.

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  11. I enjoyed meeting your ladies, Sammi

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  12. Beautiful paintings, but I'm not sure about eating with that lady so close to my table

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    1. Thanks Bertie. She's not scary at all, lol

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  13. Sexy!!! LOL, sorry, Sami, but that sprung to my mind!
    No, actually... the first one is frightening. I would never allow anyone to cover my eyes. Ingo... maybe. Maybe not even him.
    I had a friend who went blind, one that lost hearing on one ear. The first is more horrible to think of (to me).

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    1. I suppose you could describe them as sexy.
      I wouldn't be comfortable with covered eyes either.
      I agree, better be deaf than blind for sure!

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  14. The portraits are beautiful painted!

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  15. Fantastic murals! Thanks for visiting my blog, nice to meet you! Hugs, Valerie

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    1. Welcome Valerie, nice to meet you too :)

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  16. Nothing better than mural featuring sultry women. They look terrific.

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  17. Those Vat 2 ladies are quite beautiful.

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  18. Lindíssimo.
    Um grande abraço de gratidão.💐
    Megy Maia

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  19. He is so good with female faces, three beauties here Sami 💙

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    1. Thanks Grace, they are quite beautiful :)

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  20. I like it, it's almost very 80s, reminds me of my teenage years.

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  21. I'm always amazed at the size and scope that muralists bring. It's very impressive!

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    1. Thanks Jeanie, some artists are just so talented.

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  22. Those really are beautiful murals Sami. I like the thoughtful lady with her hair blowing in the wind.

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    1. Thanks Sallie, they are all beautiful ladies :)

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  23. Very distinctive, Sami. I need to go and check out last week :) :) Hope all's well with you.

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