24 augustus 2015

Whales mural

Today another mural that we spotted in Antwerp, last June. Apparently the find of a whale bone in the Antwerp subsoil inspired street artist Larsen Bervoets (1979) into making this great mural.

The wall is of one of the houses in a small street called Houtenbrug in the Schipperskwartier (Sailor's District).

Linking to Monday Mural.


15 opmerkingen:

  1. Oh this is delightful though I've never seen a yellow whale! Lovely!

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  2. Makes you glad that someone took the time to paint it. Wonderful!

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  3. Something that I would see in Maui. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  4. Hmm, I wonder what a whale bone looks like. :-)

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  5. It is a beautiful image. It's amazing to think how real whales are so much bigger than the building the yellow whales are on. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  6. You have really lovely murals.
    This is so nice and cheerful one.

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  7. That's a unique way to decorate a house. I hope all the tenants agreed on the theme!

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  8. Mooie mural nu eens niet direct aan een strip te relateren. Ziet er wederom goed uit.

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  9. Ze hebben echt hun best gedaan in Antwerpen, een plezier om naar te kijken.

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  10. Where did you find all these funny houses =D. Very nice pictures!

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