These photos were taken in December 2019, when we spent a few days in Margaret River, a much loved holiday town 3h south of Perth.
On one of the towns intersections stood two of these boxes, not sure if they are water or electrical stations, and I don't know who painted them either, but they caught my eye!
If you like murals or have a mural you'd like to post, this meme is for you;
just follow the Linky steps below. Once you start looking you find murals everywhere.
Be sure to link back to this blog and visit your fellow posters. Looking forward to your mural finds posted this week. Monday mural meme is posted at 12,01am Monday, Western Australian time. Thanks, Sami.
L'oiseau et le poisson sont très beaux. J'espère que le printemps commence bien pour vous. Bonne semaineReplyDelete
Merci :) Nous avons du beau temps pour le Printemps.Delete
It’s funny how everywhere in the world more or less at the same time people started to create murals on the previously-unnoticed utility boxes. Very nice photos.ReplyDelete
be safe! ... mae at maefood.blogspot.com
It does seem to be a worldwide thing, but I'm glad it's happening as they do look a lot better. Thanks MaeDelete
There seem to be a few of those boxes in my city, but they are all on the Uni campus. Nothing as lovely and as well done as the ones you found, though. LOVE THESE.ReplyDelete
Thank you Elizabeth. What a pity the boxes are all on the Uni campus and not available for all to see.Delete
Nice and colourful! I know that phone cable cabinets are sometimes painted here but they should do the same to power boxes too.ReplyDelete
Thanks Amy :)Delete
They are colourful.ReplyDelete
Have a good new week Sami.
All the best Jan
Thanks Jan, enjoy your week too.Delete
...murals sure dress these boxes up! Thanks Sami for hosting the party.ReplyDelete
Thanks Tom :)Delete
They certainly make a difference to something plain and humdrum....but its a wonder nobody has complained about them being a ‘hazard’ ....looking at them rather than the road and other trafficReplyDelete
Oh and I meant to say....thanks for hosting Monday Murals.Delete
Thanks Cathy. It is a quiet corner actually, just leads to some small inland towns. And I don't think many people pay attention to murals either, my husband hadn't even noticed it and we had driven by a few times, and I made a mental note to stop day on our last day of our holidays.Delete
That fish has been partly 'eaten' away...
Someone tried his/her very best at creating a colorful artwork.
Thanks Mariette, yes someone already got to the fish :)Delete
They would look very ugly without the colourful murals painted on them.ReplyDelete
I think so too Andrew :)Delete
Those are some really nice ones. Very attractive.ReplyDelete
Thank you for hosting, Sami.
Have a great week. :)
Thank you Dee :)Delete
These are ever so much prettier than plain old dumpsters!ReplyDelete
Certainly are Jeanie :)Delete
Thank you Rupam.Delete
Beautiful ones! I just got one the other day, too. So nice people do this for us!ReplyDelete
I'm glad artists are painting them all over the world Iris :)Delete
That's a good idea because containers can be pretty ugly, Sami. Glancing back through your posts I love your furniture makeovers too. Have a good week!ReplyDelete
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This is amazing. Looks like there are lots of helping hands. If only everyone was willing to reach out and help, the world would truly be a better place. I love this mural.
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Thank you Joanne :)Delete
I like the bird, not the fish. Nice to decorate something boring in this wayReplyDelete
The bird is prettier than the fish Bertie :)Delete
E um espaço outrora feio ficou alindadoReplyDelete
Nice to decorate those containers, makes a pretty look.ReplyDelete
Thanks Marianne :)Delete
I'll take the bird, Sami! And you can take the fish!ReplyDelete
I'm sure you would prefer the bird David :)Delete
"Caixas" bem decoradas, gostei.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
Obrigada Francisco, boa semana.Delete
Unexpected find there. Nice.ReplyDelete
NIce way to brighten up mundane items.ReplyDelete
Certainly is Jackie :)Delete
I love when I come across something as cheerful as these murals.ReplyDelete
Thank you Klara :)Delete
The poor fish has seen better days!ReplyDelete
A friend brought wine home from the Margaret River area and it was some of the best wine I have ever tasted.
The fish has some of it's flesh :)Delete
Margaret River is well known for great wines and some of them have even received awards. Thanks Pat
Very well done.ReplyDelete
Thanks William :)Delete
Es una genial forma de embellecer esos contenedores.ReplyDelete
Colorful and cheerful!ReplyDelete
Thanks Linda :)Delete
Beautiful find Sami, gosh it's been so long since we were last there, must try and get down there soon xxReplyDelete
Thanks Grace. Always a treat to go down south :)Delete