maandag 14 mei 2012

Star watch again.

After last week's post of the girl star thrower near the entrance of the amateur star watch we have also this mural. Explaining the working of a mirror binocular to the public. Even the brics are painted because the wall was just grey concrete. I dedicate this one to mural monday here.

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  1. How clever. Great use of shadow painting in this mural.

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  2. Wonderful work! At first I thought the lady was real! Amazing!

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  3. Excellent find. At first glance I was fooled into think the woman and the bricks were the real thing. I even thought her shadow was caused by you using the flash on your camera. Silly me.

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  4. That is so clever- I was fooled by the woman and the bricks too!

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  5. yup, another one who was fooled by the woman - especially her walker!

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  6. This one is so clever that it took me a long while to decide what was trompe l'oeil and what was real. I even wondered if the bicycle around the corner was another mural! I'm glad you told us about the bricks being painted. How else would we know, given they are so well done. This must be fun to come upon and contemplate a while. Not to mention instructional about binoculars. Thanks for participating in this week's Monday Mural.

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  7. Wonderful - even the proper shadows!

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  8. This is amazing work. Incredibly talented artist. The thing that really makes this trompe l'oeil work, is the shadow.

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