Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Max & Hound..



More often than not life can be overly complicated so when you do come across something that is straightforward, what you see is what you get.. well, you'd be mad not to take a quick shot or two right! The inspiration for children's store Max & Hound on Beaufort Street in Mount Lawley is one that all grandparents will understand. After looking at their facebook page I can't believe I took the pics and didn't go in, will have to rectify that asap! Painted by Simon Sieradzki this mural couldn't be more perfectly positioned.. the shop next door made me lol though :) Happy Tuesday, take care and stay safe..


26 comments:

  1. No better friendship than a boy and his dog. Lovely mural, Grace.

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  2. No interesting murals at that other shop then I guess!

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  3. Great mural. Interesting shop next door. Lol.

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  4. The sign to the shop next door was the first that caught my eye. I did look at the mural as well and LOVE it. The boy looks like he's stepping into the street. Brilliant!

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  5. I love this mural. What a sweet scene!

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  6. That certainly is a great mural for that store. Such a cute boy and his dog. However, that store does have a neighbor that is totally on a different retail spectrum. :-)

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  7. One of my grandies is called Max, and it really does look like he will in a few years!

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  8. A boy and his dog - I love it!

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  9. There are suddenly a lot of dogs in my life. :-)

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  10. The boy and his dog, priceless!

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  11. Those two shops are quite the combo! lol

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  12. Nice mural for the children's boutique. And an interesting pairing of shops. "Mommy, can we see what's in there, too?"

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  13. One thing leads to another, eventually, no? ;-)
    Beautiful mural for a kid´s shop, Grace. If it was a German shepherd dog this would be my "little Brother" some 35 years ago!

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  14. Love this mural but the next door shop also caught my eye!!! Have a great week Diane

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  15. The mural is just fantastic, lovely expressions on both Max and the Hounds face.

    All the best Jan

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  16. What a cute mural, love it! Now an adult shop next to a kids shops that's strange...

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  17. Wonderful mural capturing the innocence of a boy and his dog. Next to....oh, my!! (This is why it's important to see the big picture -- literally!) Good eye, Grace....as always.

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  18. This is very happy mural, like a lot.

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  19. Yes, what I see is a friendly welcome!

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