Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Form PUBLIC, Alexis Diaz..



Another amazing piece created during the Form Public project, a full scale work by Puerto Rican artist Alexis Diaz in Wolfe Lane.. you really have to pull it in and check the detail.. well you don't have to but it's seriously worth the time! I read here that he stopped in Melbourne soon after, you'll have to see if you can find this one Joe or Andrew.  Ahh! so many more to come :) Happy Wednesday, take care.. p.s. last shot to show scale.
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28 comments:

  1. Incredible. That's exquisite detail.

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  2. What a wild and wacky creature he's created here.

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  3. The detail blows my mind!! Incredible!! Thanks for sharing -- as always, Grace! Hope your week is going well!!

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  4. Wow, that sure is awesome, Grace - is there/will there be a map of where all those murals are?

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  5. Glad that you included the set-up to include the painting process. Now THAT'S a powerful mural.

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  6. He has to be a great artist. It's not easy to paint anything like this.
    Lovelt images !
    Hugs

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  7. It is beautiful ~ such detail. I love public art! Great transformation of blank walls.

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  8. Incredible, indeed. Very impressive!

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  9. There is such incredible detail in his work. The Melbourne one is in Otter Street, Collingwood.

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  10. It is a fascinating piece of work. Such meticulous detail!

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  11. There is some serious artwork being created here.

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  12. Amazing work. I like all of the details.

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  13. What a fantastic creature!
    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral

    =^..^= <3


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  14. Your city has some top-line wall art. Looked at one way, this felt like the surface was being peeled away revealing a low relief of an animal underneath.

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  15. It shares that super-realistic, super-fantasy world with some of the sculpture I saw recently. There must have been a lot of blank walls in Perth before this lot got busy with the paints.

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  16. This style reminds me very much of the illustrations by Graeme Base in his many children's books.

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  17. They have huge walls to paint in Perth, a great image.

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  18. I agree that the detail is worth looking at closely!

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  19. This really is art! You are lucky to have these to brighten up the walls!

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  20. Amazing Seahorse! Love it, Grace.

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  21. Wow! You are right about getting in closer. I "embiggened" it and was AMAZED at the level of detail. Genius...

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  22. Love the weedy sea dragon - I am lucky enough to have seen a couple in the fin (so to speak)

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  23. And this was done with a spray can? Gadzooks. The scale and detail are incredible. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  24. These are wonderful. You have a great blog.

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