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.
Painted for the 2018 Darwin Street Art Festival, by Vincent Poke, AKA Pokatronic, at the Darwin Plaza in West Lane, Darwin.
This Darwin based artist is influenced by pop, Japanese and graphic styles, and the mural is an interpretation of what it's like to live through and deal with the "build up" - in the Territory weather cycle, where the heat and humidity build up leading up to the wet season.
The build up is a famous part of Territory weather cycle where the heat and
To all my readers, followers, friends and family, I wish you a wonderful and peaceful Christmas, hopefully surrounded by family and friends.
Sugar skull in meltdown mode. It's certainly unique and thought provoking. Merry Christmas to you, too, dear Sami. I hope yours is safe, healthy, and joyous.ReplyDelete
Thank you Elizabeth. A much quieter Christmas this year.Delete
...we have had a melt down here too, but not as extreme has yours. Thanks for hosting and Merry Christmas to you, Sami.ReplyDelete
This is a Northern Territory meltdown. Their weather is very hot and humid, luckily Perth doesn't often have humid days.Delete
The Christmas-light kangaroos on this post and on your header are really terrific!ReplyDelete
best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com
Thanks Mae, have a lovely Christmas.Delete
Couldn't resist sharing a better shot of our new mural . I love the art YOU share; very interesting artists in your neck of the woods.ReplyDelete
Thanks Cloudia, your mural is beautiful!Delete
Merry christmas for you and your family. And thanks for the beautiful pictures you share.ReplyDelete
Thanks Kwarkito. We are lucky to have so many talented artists who are always painting beautiful murals.Delete
The mural is a good representation of what I imagine the build up to the monsoonal breaking might be like. Awfully uncomfortable and that's what the mural says.ReplyDelete
A very merry Christmas Sami.
I agree, I imagine the humidity would be terrible! Thanks Andrew, have a wonderful Christmas too.Delete
Nice meltdown mural. No meltdown here. Too much rain here. Terrible flooding in many areas.ReplyDelete
Sorry to hear Nancy. Terrible weather related events all over the world!Delete
Great mural, Nice pics.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you and your family. Stay Safe.
Thank you Rupam, keep well and stay safe too.Delete
Love all the Christmas-decoration and wish you and your family a very happy time!ReplyDelete
Oh, yes, the humidity in / around Darwin.
Did you know potatoes, if kept in the car,.... smell like foul fish after a while in that climate. And that it´s handy to have a man who does not puke "fishing" them out? It was plain awful! We knew we had no fish!
LOL, oh the potatoes went bad with the humidity, yukksss!Delete
I find the heat in humid weather is unbearable, glad Perth hardly ever has humid days, so even though it can get hot, it's not too bad.
Um bocadinho assustador.ReplyDelete
E preciso gostar de humidade para se viver em Darwin na epoca das chuvas. Obrigada PedroDelete
Amazing that you can stil find new one's. I have to look in the archives...ReplyDelete
These are still from my trip to Darwin in September and I still have more. But I have found at least 3 new ones in Perth recently. Thanks MarianneDelete
Nice that melting skull. It gives two indications in one and everyone knows what the artist is meaning.ReplyDelete
I'm sure they do, at least they do if they live in Darwin, lol. Thanks Stefan.Delete
All the very best to you and your family, Sami. I am sure your holidays will be a whirlwind of social activity! I will doubtless be exhausted later when you post your monthly roundup!ReplyDelete
Thanks David. I actually think this December has been a lot quieter than normal, but I've taken 2 weeks off work, so just relaxing a bit.Delete
Gosto deste mural e aproveito para desejar a si e à sua família um Santo Natal.ReplyDelete
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
Obrigada Francisco, igualmente para si e familia.Delete
You found an eye catching mural, but it is a bit creepy. Certainly makes the viewer think. Have a Merry Christmas, and thank you for maintaining this site. I appreciate your efforts.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much Taken for Granted.Delete
A procura por novos murais continua. : )ReplyDelete
Boas Festas, Sami.
Obrigada Catarina. Ainda tenho muitos de Darwin e ja tenho uns novos de Perth. Boas Festas CatarinaDelete
That is what it usually feels like here in summer so it is perfect for humid weather!ReplyDelete
Thanks Pat. Luckily we don't get that many humid days during the Perth Summer.Delete
That is truly a meltdown! Have a very Happy Holiday!ReplyDelete
Very well illustrated, thanks Sharon.Delete
Sorry, same procedure "an error occured". I tried everything...ReplyDelete
I've entered it manually Traudel. Thanks for your patience.Delete
The Christmas roo is quite a sight to see.ReplyDelete
Thanks William, it is quite pretty :)Delete
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Thanks, Merry Christmas to you!ReplyDelete
Thanks Linda :)Delete
That's an interesting one! Merriest to you, Sami!ReplyDelete
Thank you Jeanie, to you too :)Delete
Desejamos um Feliz Natal para si e família com amizade!ReplyDelete
Paula e Rui Lima
Obrigada Rui e Paula. Boas Festas para vos tambem.Delete
I totally adore your header - so bright and festive! Wishing you and your family a safe and wonderful Christmas! Sending lots of hugs, ROReplyDelete
Thank you so much RO. Have a lovely end of the year too.Delete