The Art in Murals

All About Murals

Rythme n°1 (Musée d'art moderne de la ville de Paris)

What murals are trying to convey. (Photo Credits)

Wall Murals continue to be considered a work of art.  They may be abstract, but they definitely convey a message from the artist that painted it. Cemented  

This is Colossal for instance shared amazing photos of murals that hide or highlight entryways. “Over the last year or so, German street artist 1010 (previously) created several of his fantastic spray paint portals in locations around Germany, Panama, and the United States. 1010 brings surprising layers of depth to drab facades and blank gallery walls by painting concentric layers of color. The artist most recently had a solo show at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco titled Limbus.”

Take a look at the murals here.

Transforming Power

The Website Can You Actually.com meantime shared photos of magical bedroom murals. American Society of Concrete Contractors 

“European artist Bogi Fabian is turning ordinary rooms into a dreamy wonderland filled with dazzling and glowing wall murals. Her wall murals focus on creating a dream world achieved by painting floors and walls with glow-in-the-dark paint.”

See the Glow-in-the-Dark Murals here.

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Australian Website ABC for its part featured a mural that depicted indigenous soldiers.” The artwork shows 18 servicemen of World War I who came from the region, which is Tanganikald country.”

See the mural here.

Where was the last time you saw a mural?

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