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 in 2020 by Shaun Lee (aka Hafleg) (the blue side), and Trent Lee, (the orange side).
Both artists are Darwin born and raised Larrakia, Wardaman and Karajarri men.
The mural can be found at Nutall Place, Darwin. Sadly it had a huge container in front of it, but I thought the mural was nice enough to be featured.
Hafleg is also the same artist that painted the turtle.
Barramundi - an Aboriginal name for the Asian Sea Bass/Australian Sea Bass, a very popular fish in Australian as well as Asian cuisines.
|Photo from the net without the container|
That's a great mural. I love the aboriginal style of showing the interior organs of a creature when depicting it. This is a good example.ReplyDelete
best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com
Thank you Mae :)Delete
...a bold mural with or without the container. It's too bad that the artist wasn't able to incorporate the container into the mural. Thanks Sami for hosting the party, stay well.ReplyDelete
Thanks Tom. I presume the container was put there after the mural, might be a temporary think for the company that operates from that site.Delete
It's really too bad about the container hiding the beautiful mural. The two artists' murals worked so well together. It is wonderful regardless.ReplyDelete
Thanks Elizabeth, it was a good collaboration :)Delete
Now that's a fish I've never seen but the shape of it reminds me of a Kahawai.ReplyDelete
Too bad it got obstructed when you were there... One cannot go back for another photo.
Thanks Mariette. Probably won't be going back for a while :)Delete
What a shame to put a container in front of such a beautiful mural. I really like the effect of the surface peeling off. have a good week and thanks for hosting all these picturesReplyDelete
Thanks Kwarkito, it's a different style of mural, it looking at first as if it was a lid from a tin of canned fish being peeled off :)Delete
They are such interesting artistic styles. I am not sure if I prefer these or the turtle.ReplyDelete
Thanks Andrew. I like the turtle best :)Delete
Thank you SamiReplyDelete
Thanks Cloudia :)Delete
That is so cool. Thanks for hosting this great party.ReplyDelete
Thanks Patrick :)Delete
Its a pity that this beautiful mural is blocked by the container. Yes, barramundi is common and here, the fish is known as Siakap in Malay and is good for steaming.ReplyDelete
Thanks Nancy. Nice that you are familiar with barramundi.Delete
Conhecia a designação (barramundi) e adorei os murais.ReplyDelete
Obrigada Pedro, boa semana :)Delete
Amazing mural works.ReplyDelete
Have great week ahead.
Thank you Rupam :)Delete
They look nice!ReplyDelete
Thanks Marianne :)Delete
Wonderful work! It's encouraging to see recognition of indigenous art and artists.ReplyDelete
A lot of the murals in the Northern Territory appear to be painted by Aboriginal artists which is great. Thanks DavidDelete
Such a shame that the container is there. It is really nice.ReplyDelete
Thanks Pat :)Delete
Thanks Teresa, I've added your link.Delete
I like the orange and turquoise together very much.ReplyDelete
Thanks Jeanie, the two styles and colours go well together.Delete
So colorful! Have a good week.ReplyDelete
Thanks Linda :)Delete
Beautiful colors again with the one in aboriginal colors. Great mural.ReplyDelete
Thank you SC.Delete
Super murals Sami. I've moved dustbins before but that container would have been tricky :):)ReplyDelete
I agree Grace, it would be difficult and costly 😁.Delete
Wow great murals, I liked your postReplyDelete
Thanks for your visit NassahDelete
It's a good looking mural.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
Thanks Jan :)Delete