Monday, 18 July 2016

Marrickville, mural

This mural is located on the wall of a former industrial building on the corner of Railway Parade and Marrickville Road, in the inner west suburb of Marrickville. It is now an entertainment venue which is home to the Camelot Lounge and Django Bar which host live music performances and functions. The mural was created by Hugues Sineux in 2015 as a homage to dance halls and music venues. It is inspired by the film Le Bal and draws on the cubist work of Sonia Delaunay to create a merry ballroom scene in full swing, attended by an eclectic bunch of characters drawn in stylised forms.


  1. I fitting mural it is. Have you visited the bar and lounge?

    1. I haven't, Stefan. I've only just discovered it but I'm keeping an eye on upcoming performers and hopefully there'll be someone I'm interested in seeing perform there soon.

  2. So many cameo stories embedded in the fascinating mural.

  3. Love the movement and life in this work!

  4. So much going on in that mural. Very good work

  5. You are the best at sharing such great murals. Lots of talent in your area.

  6. A very fitting mural for an entertainment hall.

  7. Hi Jim, I am impressed with the wonderful and interesting murals you find to share on Blue Monday. Happy Blue Monday and thank you for linking.


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