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Monday, 14 June 2021

Mural - Perth Visitor Kiosk two faces

When I went to the city at the start of May, the Perth City Visitor Kiosk in Forrest Square, had changed its "skin", and was now sporting Aboriginal art painted by Perth Noongar artist Nerolie Bynder.

In October 2020, I had photographed the kiosk covered in rainbow colours for the Perth Spring Festival.

They are both quite striking aren't they?

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.













61 comments:

  1. I especially LOVE the aboriginal art. It is primitive and very beautiful. Thanks for sharing this, Sami.

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    1. Thanks Elizabeth, glad you enjoyed the aboriginal art.

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  2. ...both are a BIG WOW, but the new version is my favorite. Thanks Sami for hosting the party.

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  3. The aboriginal art is really beautiful and more appealing than the previous one.

    best… mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  4. I like the shape and design of this building whose architecture evokes the future as it was dreamed of in the 1950s. The paintings are enchanting. The drawings are very beautiful, especially those inspired by Aboriginal paintings.

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    1. Thanks Arnaud, I quite like the shape of the building too.

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  5. Love indigenous art, I'd like to see more.

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    1. I'll be on the lookout for other Aboriginal murals, thanks Amy

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  6. Beautiful, and I do like the look of the building.

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  7. I think it looks so much better with its current decoration. There's lots of interest to examine.

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    1. Thanks Andrew, with either "cover" it looks better than when it was just plain white.

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  8. Oh wow! This is cool and colourful. And and it's great that it reflects aboriginal art :)

    The shape of the structure is also so cool.

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  9. Dearest Sami,
    The top version, the new one, is FAR better and blends in far better.
    Those screaming colors were not pleasant to look at... and not blending in well with the environment.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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    1. Thanks Mariette, I quite like the Aboriginal art one, the other one was just for Spring.

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  10. Wow, they are both so very beautiful. Love them all.

    Thanks for sharing and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

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    1. Thanks Patrick, have a great week too.

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  11. Truly Amazing works.
    Awesome clicks.
    Have a nice week ahead.

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  12. Both designs are striking. But love the Aboriginal art for its colour and history.

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  13. They´re all so pretty!!! I only know this as plain white. Haven´t visited you for real in a long time, obviously.
    Thank you for sharing, really. And hosting, of course!
    You made Ingo go eagerly for a walk to show me a new one (it was but a graffiti, but he gives his best).

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    1. For a long time it was just plain white, but they might have thought it was a perfect canvas for new murals once in a while. Thanks Iris

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  14. It all looks very colorful. Only the design of the stand is totally not made for these artistic paintings and there it wrinkles a little. I would say reflect before you begin.

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    1. Thanks SC. I'm sure it's not easy to wrap the mural around the building.

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  15. They are both pretty but I like the one in your first photos the best.

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  16. Wonderful stuff. I'd be inclined to walk back for a second look!

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    1. It does deserve a few looks, thanks David 😁

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  17. Love the new painting on the Visitor's Center. The art is terrific and well documented in your photos.

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  18. The new painting is wonderful!

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  19. I love the animals, and the motifs, Sami

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  20. It really is the perfect canvas for artwork don't you think Sami, and it is a tourist information Centre, they certainly can't be missed here 😉

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    1. Difficult to miss such bright art and interesting building. Thanks Grace.

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  21. I love the architecture of those kiosks!

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  22. Até dá vontade de pedir umas informações.
    Boa semana

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    1. Realmente é bastante convidativo. Boa semana Pedro.

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  23. Oh, I love the animal motifs!

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  24. Those are spectacular! What a wonderful welcome!

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  25. Both skins are striking! So different in vibe - it changes the whole look of the booth!

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    1. It does look quite different with the 2 skins. Thanks Grace :)

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  26. I think both are good.
    Thanks for sharing your photographs.

    All the best Jan

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