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Monday, 17 May 2021

Monday Mural - The Adnate Hotel

Been sorting out my photo files and found lots of mural photos still unposted. 

This one was painted by Australian artist Matt Adnate - at the hotel that bears his name - the Adnate Hotel, that opened up in Perth in October 2019. It includes the faces of a Noongar man, an Indian woman and a Mediterranean woman, painted on the side of the 27 storey building , Perth’s first Art Series Hotel dedicated to street art, at 900 Hay street, Perth.  

In the driveway leading to the garages there are a few other murals by Adnate and inside the hotel lobby a few more big works of art.

I love murals and street art. 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 will find murals everywhere.  The "Monday Mural" meme goes live on Monday at 12,01AM, Perth,Western Australian time. Be sure to link back to this blog and visit your fellow posters. Looking forward to your mural finds this week.  Thanks, Sami.


Adnate's wife Jessica

 





Not sure who painted this mural...

This one by Adnate is in the hotel lobby

51 comments:

  1. Adnate has a very distinct style. Each of these is thought provoking. I can see why you wondered who painted the one mural that didn't appear to be painted by Adnate. These are all extremely beautiful, Sami.

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    1. Adnate is a great artist indeed. Thanks Elizabeth

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  2. This mural is quite impressive. It's good that buildings and official bodies devote so much space to murals

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    1. Thanks Arnaud. New projects have by law to spend some money in works of art, which is good for the struggling artists.

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  3. ...WOW, this is BIG, bold and beautiful. Thanks sharing and hosting Sami.

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  4. The photo of the building towering above the older street is very nicely framed. It’s an amazing building.

    best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Mae. I also like the old and new together.

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  5. We need more buildings like this

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  6. Dearest Sami,
    Adnate sure is a high class painter; excellent work.
    The one you don't know who did is looks like having been drunk when using his paint brushes...
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  7. We have a similar building here in Sydney and now that I think about it I should have posted that one for a big of copycat fun. 😂

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    1. Adnate has painted one in a building near the Chinese Gardens in Sydney.

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  8. These are wonderful. Be back with mine soon!

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  9. Abençoado quem tem tal talento.
    Boa semana

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    1. Realmente, bem verdade, Adnate e um artista fabuloso. Obrigada Pedro

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  10. These are beautiful, so life-like! Oh, there is so much new stuff. Guess next time it´ll be the Caravan Park again, though, think I cannot afford this beauty.

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    1. Thanks Iris, lots of new murals to see indeed.

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  11. These murals are absolutely beautiful.

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  12. Brilliant works. Great clicks.
    Thanks for hosting. Have a nice week ahead.

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  13. Absolutely gorgeous!
    Do we ever really have our photos organized?

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    1. Thanks Jackie. Not really, I have millions of photos and lots are duplicated in various files...it's a nightmare!

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  14. These are wonderful, Sami!

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  15. Adnate does portraits beautifully! I wish I could do that.

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    1. He is a great artist, not easy to paint faces like that!

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  16. I love his work Sami, I see this every time we park in His Majesty's car park in the city 💜

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    1. He's such a fabulous artist! Thanks Grace

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  17. You could not pay me all the money in the world to paint a mural on a building that tall. Just saying!

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    1. It couldn't have been easy, he would have used a cherry-picker to be that high. I would get vertigo for sure :) thanks Jeanie

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  18. Amazing, and the building is so high!

    All the best Jan

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