Monday, 8 December 2014

Pitt Street, mural

"Here, Now" is a public art installation on the side of an office building in Pitt Street, near Park Street. It was created by Sydney-based graffiti artist Elliott Routledge also known as Numskull for the Art & About Sydney Festival.


  1. It sounds like an order you give to a dog :)

  2. I wonder if there was something painted under the white before...

    1. The wall was plain white before the mural was painted. A time lapse video of the artwork being created can be seen from the link.

  3. Thanks for telling me "What." Tom The Backroads Traveller

  4. Very eye-catching!

  5. On some levels, I actually like the red accents on building in the foreground better than the combination of red/blue on the graphic. Still, it is a great find for a Ruby Tuesday Too.

  6. I wondered if Numskull was sharing a Buddhist idea. But the colorful design looks a lot like confetti, which doesn't seem too Buddhist to me. So now I'm opting for a "happy to be alive" message. Which, come to think of it, is a Buddhist notion. Back to the start again. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.


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