Monday, October 26, 2015

Fintan Magee.. 'Road to Nowhere'..



Another epic mural by Australian artist Fintan Magee painted during FORMPublic2015 in April this year. The two men in row-boats make reference 'to the recent displacement of many caused by the Brisbane floods', found on Walt Drabble Lane in Claremont. Do you remember his brilliant mural 'The Migration' that I posted at the end of last year, that one is a wee bit easier to find than this one was yesterday :) Check out more of his work here so much talent Mr. Magee! Hope you had or are still having a fab weekend, take care and stay safe..
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30 comments:

  1. This is a gorgeous mural. What a talented artist!

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  2. I do agree with Sharon terrific mural and what an artist indeed!! Thanks as always for sharing the fun and the beauty, Grace!! Hope you have a great new week!!

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  3. You seem to have more murals that are signed by well-known artists than we do.

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  4. Reminds me of the floods affecting Texas right now.

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  5. Now that's talent right there. It looks so realistic too!

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  6. A very professional standard by someone with real talent.

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  7. Love it. You sure have plenty of murals there.

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  8. Obviously a very talented artist!

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  9. He is talented, and its great the flooding is being remembered.

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  10. That's incredible work, he's very talented, I wander what the owner of the house thinks...

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  11. The spirit of Australia pioneers!


    ALOHA, Friend
    ComfortSpiral

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    (='.'=)
    (")_('')

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  12. I don't mean to criticize the artist but this could easily be remade into a beer advertisement.

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  13. Another great mural - you do get around! Take care.

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  14. Gosh Grace ... I used to know someone called Fintan Magee. I wonder whether it is the same person. Great murals.

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  15. Lots of work has been put in to this nice artistic mural.

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  16. I am amazed by the size. It would have been interesting to watch it being painted.

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  17. Impressive one but you have to know a bit of the meaning of it.

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  18. That is a great mural and so different to the ones we see in and around Angouleme the 'Comic Strip Capital' Well done Diane

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  19. He's a great artist, such gigantic murals that he paints.

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  20. Many of your murals are so big, Grace, but all are beautiful !

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  21. Wow, that really is another awesome mural, Grace! So many beautiful new murals!

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  22. This would definitely make you stop and get your camera out!
    V

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  23. Lovely mural and you have presented it beautifully in a series

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  24. There are a lot of road to where, I've been on many!

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