Tuesday, June 2, 2015

'Memory of the Land'..



Whether you're a fan of surrealism or not it's impossible not be impressed by this huge scale work on the Central TAFE building in Northbridge by Ukrainian artist AEC titled 'Memory of the Land'. Surrealistic art is all about the 'symbolic', to understand the artist's interpretation of this work have a look here and if you check here you may see some of his work in your city. I took the first shot almost two months ago during Public2015 while it was still a work in progress, the second two days ago.. as of yesterday we are officially into winter, check the difference in the intensity of the sky, incroyable! I hope you enjoyed the theme for this month, it was excellent checking out stylish around the world. Happy Tuesday, take care and stay safe..




35 comments:

  1. All of these have been amazing and I have enjoyed them SO much!! Haven't seen anything like them here in the Northwest US! So colorful and creative!! Thanks so much, Grace, for sharing them!! Hope your new week is off to a great start!! Enjoy!!

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  2. That is so cool! I love it, Grace!
    I've been enjoying everyone's Stylish posts - good choice!

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  3. Half man-half kangaroo, I presume?

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  4. Impressionnant, quel talent !

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  5. Impressionnant, quel talent !

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  6. Big fan of surrealism and I like it !

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  7. There is a lot of symbolism going on in this mural. Thanks for the link. It helped to interpret it all. I loved the theme even if I did wait until the last minute to find a photo. I took the one I posted Friday night at dinner before a play.

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  8. Such incredible talent, and clever imagination all the way! I do like them. Happy winter for you too! It's still not officially summer here yet. (June 21st)

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  9. That's a great mural, not quite sure I understand what t he artist is saying but it is a fantastic piece of work...

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  10. Surrealism and almost all contemporary modern art is aways so much fun!!

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  11. Glad to see that there are still genuine surrealists around. Love the Aussie businessmen as kangaroos in a red rock background. Reminds me of the day our little family all climbed Ayres Rock, ca. 1992. But I wasn't wearing a suit.

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  12. I like it Grace. It is indeed tres impressive. It would certainly make me stop and take a photograph of it too.

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  13. like peter this wall seem Dali

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  14. It's very inventive Grace, especially the kangapeople or is that humanroos? The difference in the sky colour is startling.

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  15. Perth is really a paradise for murals, great one again.

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  16. The composition on top is fantastic! The bare trees add so much to the mural. Well done, Grace!

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  17. I really like this spectacular mural, but I find very funny when a work of art needs an 'explanation'...

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  18. Now that really is a difference in the color of the sky, Grace! Great mural!

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  19. WOWIE DALI. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  20. That is certainly a large scale work. Not sure what it all means, but certainly eye catching!

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  21. A lot of murals around that Tafe building. Love that top photo with the bits of trees.

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  22. a unique mural. i like your first capture.

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  23. That's a bit Daliesque if I may say so. Love it!

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  24. A spectacular mural, Grace, but it takes a while to undertand it...

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  25. Thank you for the link, Grace! Now I get what the artist is saying in this mural. ;)

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  26. Very like murals like this one. Good option how we can use this huge empty walls.
    Nice shot! Greetings, Miklos

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