Thursday, 2 February 2012

Market Row, Deconstructing Ways


The intersection of Market Row and Mullins Street features temporary Laneway Art as part of the Art and About Sydney festival. "Deconstructing Ways" by Isidro Blasco gives an impression of another laneway, providing an alternative option.

20 comments:

  1. very eye-catching and a bit disorientating at first glance.

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  2. That is an amazingly clever concept, well shown Jim.

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  3. Oh, I thought you were trying out some new post processing techniques! This would definitely make you stop and stare.

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  4. Great shot Jim, shame about the stupid tagging on the artwork.

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  5. Mark, yes it's such a shame that even artwork is a target for graffiti.

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  6. wonderful wonderful wonderful


    please have a good new month and thursday ahead.

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  7. Very well done.
    (and what is an alley without some tagging?)

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  8. This is fascinating, Jim. I would love to actually see it in person. What a unique artistic endeavor. genie

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  9. Love it, just love it!
    The concept is great and I especially like the photomontage look -- sort of like Paul Citroen's "Metropolis" and David Hockney’s "Pearblossom Hwy., 11-18th April 1986, #2".

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  10. Has anybody tried to drive in that lane I wonder? It looks pretty realistic!

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  11. What a great idea! I really like it.
    Great captures, Jim.

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  12. Thanks for posting these. I would imaging they could be quite disorienting if you are standing in front of them.

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  13. I like this one. I thought for a moment that you had got all arty with your photograph.

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