Monday, April 28, 2014

Pixel Pancho in Perth...


 
Mondays are going to be a cinch for a while.. after the FORM Public project a few weeks ago Perth is awash with new and diverse street art.. watch out Melbourne, we're on your heels :) Above the unassumingly modest Italian artist Pixel Pancho more here, working on a piece in Wolfe Lane inspired by a trip to the Pilbara region 1638km north of Perth.. below finito!


A second work by signor Pancho this time in Northbridge, I was happy to catch the two men chatting on the corner to give you some idea of the scope of this piece on the side wall of Central TAFE, seems exactly the right spot to compliment the creativity that goes on within these walls! Once again if you click and enlarge the detail is astounding. Hmmm! Who to show you next, we're so spoilt for choice :) Hope you had or are still having a good weekend, take care...p.s. catch up today!


33 comments:

  1. A bonanza of murals...fantastic!

    It is still the weekend here...all going good. Have a good week, Grace!

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  2. He has quite a remarkable sense of style!

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  3. I really liked the scale provided by those two conversing below that massive mural.

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  4. I do agree with Revrunner! I love the scale you can see in the last shot! Amazing! Terrific, colorful captures as always, Grace! Hope you had a great weekend and have an even better week ahead! Enjoy!!

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  5. Perth has, it seems, more than its share of talented artists...and photographers!

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  6. These really are amazingly striking.

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  7. I'm always surprised by the size and the quality of your street art. We have not such great things here!

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  8. Wow, Grace, I love these! I'm so glad you will be showing us more!! ;-)

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  9. I love it when street art really is.

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  10. I love the before and after, Grace. Both murals say a lot about youth today....so connected to technology.

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  11. Famous Hollywood robot that informed the imagination of a generation through his many rolls. And there he is in Perth!

    Nice captures, Mon Ami

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  12. Gracie, including those ants (excuse me, people) was perfect, to show the HUGE scale of the painting. This will be an interesting series.

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  13. sometimes I accept street art)))) that kind of street art...
    xoxo, Juliana | PJ’ Happies :) | PJ’ Ecoproject

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  14. These are great. Love the third one.

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  15. The last guy looks like someone who wears a tin foil hat to keep the aliens from reading his thoughts. Funny. Hope you'll link to Monday Mural. It will be up at 7:00 PM PST.

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  16. The two cops could be wondering who to arrest! I love what's being done in Perth, more please!!

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  17. How fascinating! I wouldn't know where to start with street art!

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  18. Interesting to see all the street art!!! Your blog has put Perth on my radar for our future venture "down under"!!!

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  19. I think I need a map when I come back - or can I bribe you being my guide, Grace?
    So much being done in Perth, just great!

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  20. Lovely street art. I love these images.
    Have a happy Monday.
    Hugs

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  21. Oh .. I do like that second shot of Pancho's man with the goggles. It is huge and such an interesting artwork. What an asset to the city. I'll have to scour Melbourne even further afield to compete Grace. Chuckle.

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  22. They are both very interesting and so huge!!

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  23. In number 2 photo that is Robbie The Robot from the movie Forbidden Planet.

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  24. Big artistic work! I would have stopped Thanks for sharing.

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  25. Wow and wow! They are huge and a great attraction for Perth.

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  26. Beautiful art! I like seeing the work in progress and then the finished product.

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  27. Wow, such great murals you have found overthere!

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  28. Pixel Pancho seems to be a great artist!

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  29. Super post, Grace! I look forward to seeing more.

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  30. Pixel Pancho certainly has a particular style. These are very good murals!

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  31. Great mural; their quality rises above the ordinary and average!

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