Monday, 18 August 2014

The Rocks, Harrington Street, mural

This is one of four murals that have been painted on the underpass of the Cahill Expressway where it crosses Harrington Street, at The Rocks. The award winning murals were created by Geoff Williams in 2011, depicting the city as it was in the past.

14 comments:

  1. oh, my, what a stunning mural! It seems as if one could feel the texture of the boulders, it is so life-like.

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  2. This mural is exceptional. Jim. I hope it is so well regarded that the graffiti "artists" will leave it alone.

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  3. stunning. For far I thought it look like rock carving. It's so real looking

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  4. Very neat. It almost looks like a photo.

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  5. It is fantastic that such quality murals brighten our public spaces with such intrigue.

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  6. That is really nice art
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  7. Lovely art street,greeting from Belgium.

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  8. It almost looks like a B&W photo, very nice done.

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  9. Wow, awesome mural.
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  10. I don't think I have noticed the mural but it is quite recent. Certainly after I stopped being in the city regularly.

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  11. Gosh he's really talented Jim, very realistic. Enjoyed the link explaining their placement.. will make this a definite to see when i come over.

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  12. You have to applaud a town that commissions historical murals to help preserve its past. The example is stunning. Looks like flipping through an old family album. Thanks, Jim, for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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