maandag 1 juli 2013

Competition in murals

It is very rare to see a mural artist at work because they have a taste for the more dark hours of the day to do their work.

Thanks to our retailer society who had a competition in murals organized in the shopping centre of Almere-city to attract people.

There where also some very fine 3-d pavement drawings to see made by artists from all over the world.

As here Tony Cuboliguido from Italy with Domenico and Emanuele ( no surnames).
One for monday murals here.

11 opmerkingen:

  1. Like the artists photos. They all look nice.

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  2. Thanks for sharing this fantastic shot and artwork.

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  3. You could spend hours there watching the progress!

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  4. Thanks for sharing with us. I like the variety, but I particularly like the pirate "flooral"

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  5. Mooie foto's! Vooral de 3D is bijzonder.

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  6. These are all just wonderful!
    I wonder how much it would cost to get the Johnny Depp pirate one painted on my driveway. :)

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  7. It's quite an education to watch a street artist create his image. The approach is so NOT linear, and seems to be an unfolding of a composition that has already been fully developed in the artist's mind. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  8. I really love tags , great artists ! but never seen at work !
    I would like !!

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  9. I love these pavement drawings; some artists really manage it to create a perspective which looks almost real ... and the result on the 3rd photo is really good! Thanks for sharing!

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