In our world we can all use a little more light, right?
And how handy! At the flick of a large switch.
Such a warmly tinged 3-dimensional painting!
I wonder how visible this wall mural is at night, as I only saw it during the late afternoon a couple of days ago. There might be some street lighting or next-door building lighting shining on it. And what if the artist incorporated some kind of luminescent lighting effect in this painting?
Maybe I will get to see for myself some night.
(taken while walking along Bank Street in downtown Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
Now THAT’s a busy looking wall mural!
And on a multi-storied building, too! So HUGE! And also colourful. The construction at the left distracts a little bit. What can you do? Editing would only let me do so much. Oh well. 🙂
I like this one, because you see the main images, but then it keeps drawing you in to look for those smaller details. Fascinating creatures in all kinds of strange activities.
It seems I have accumulated quite the nice collection of outdoor wall mural art, which is becoming more apparent each time I look through my folders of photos for writing ideas. A good thing, I realize, as I will pull out more of them for future blog posts.
I love discovering and looking at these artsy wall murals when I go on my walks….and it can be a good challenge for photography, too!
Well, I suppose it has a lot to do with the fun and diversity of this art form, plus, on building walls the art is public and free to look at as often as you wish. To enjoy the ideas that all those creative and ingenious artists conceptualize and then bring into a physical vision.
(Photo taken while on a walk through some of downtown Reykjavik, Iceland, in May 2016)