Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Lot 20..coming soon!



As a 'sort of' artist :) I find it fascinating to watch the real deal at work, they make it look so easy! Aimee and I came across Perth artist Daek Williams, in the city over the weekend.. love the detail in his work, check out more here.. the mural above announcing the imminent arrival of Lot 20 Bar, a prime spot on the corner of James and William St. in Northbridge, and even though she doesn't drink Aimee is looking forward to it opening, hope they have an exciting range of 'Mocktails' on their drinks list :) Happy Tuesday, hope your week has started well, it's cooler this week here in Perth, 27C.. Je suis très happy!  Enjoy more Monday Murals here.


35 comments:

  1. I'm sure you will get a free drink there now.

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  2. Great mural and so bright and colorful.
    About your comment on my site, I had been trying to take night shots with the Nikon camera using manual setting and selecting my shutter, aperture, and ISO. Davie showed me a setting on the camera that is fully automatic. It clicks off 6 shots and blends them together to get one perfectly exposed photo. He said it works beautifully and it does.

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  3. That is such a vivid shade of blue he uses.

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  4. Beautiful mural. Looks like the artist was influenced by the movie Avatar, with his large blue people.

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  5. How fun to be able to watch him create plus get some photos as well!! I love them! Have a great week, Grace!! Enjoy!!

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  6. Nice one but I guess it is only there until the place opens. Maybe he'll be back to do another, Grace!

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  7. Well that ought to attract customers ! Great mural.

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  8. It is easy if you can get your mind right.

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  9. Developing some street cred for the yet to be opened bar.

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  10. You show us cutting edge Perth (Lovely pics today :)
    You ARE an artist! On the huge blogosphere and web in general, we come HERE to enjoy your vision, mon ami


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral
    > < } } ( ° >

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  11. That's got a lot of energy. I, too, don't understand how this is done. A pen or pencil is quite enough for my hands, let alone a spray can.

    27. How refreshing. It was 34 and sunny every single day in Tamarindo but the air was dry despite an ocean breeze. Of course, two-thirds of the US is in the deep freezer. -27 in Chicago, where my son lives, tonight.

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  12. It's always so interesting to see artists at work. I hope you'll show us the final product on Monday Mural.

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  13. That´s really beautiful artwork, Grace. Ahhh, you got 27C more than we have!

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  14. The art work looks fabulous ! Perth weather is fantastic - ideal for a holiday !

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  15. Fabulous work...saw his website as well..very impressive!

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  16. Fabulous murals! great artistry...

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  17. I'm always fascinated and a bit confounded at how artists are able to put things together in a way that is beautiful and/or makes sense. Lovely photos. I think you should let the bar see this post. Might lead to a freebie or two! :)

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  18. Cool mural and you did a wonderful job of documenting it.

    27C there and It's -12°C here. For me it's too hot where you are and too cold here. :-)

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  19. What a great find Grace, especially if it is to be temporary.

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  20. it is a great mural and what fun to be there watching him paint it.

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  21. That is fantastic! I just can't understand why some people still don't consider things like this to be art. THIS IS ART!

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  22. Très beau travail, j'aime beaucoup les peintures murales:)
    Chez toi il fait 27° et chez nous 0° !

    Passe une belle journée :)

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  23. Very cool murals Grace and such abundance of that eyecatching electric blue colour.

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  24. How totally super to see one of these great pieces of art in the making. Love that top shot. Glad the it is finally a bit cooler for you :).

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  25. This is wonderful. It is a challenge to welcome street art but prevent graffiti.

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  26. so glad to hear from you again.. I must confess, i have trouble keeping up with blogging, especially commenting..
    trying to stay afloat ! :)

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