Monday, September 8, 2014

Monday Mural: TDK mural

There's a new mural in West Oakland by the TDK crew.  (Thanks to Sage for tipping me off).   It covers a block long building belonging to the West Coast Ship Supply and wraps around to the back part of the building.  I videoed the length of it but it is so laughingly jumpy I won't post it.  Yet another learning curve to climb.  Below are a few more shots of the wall.
Welcome to Monday Mural:  if you like murals or have a mural you'd like to post, this meme's for you.  Just follow the Linky steps below.  You decide what constitutes a mural.  Once you start looking, you find them everywhere.  Be sure to link back to this blog and visit your fellow posters.  Looking forward to the mural finds posted this week.

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15 comments:

  1. Love much also the ship,,Greeting from Belgium.

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    Honors costumes Opera with the textiles museum of Lyon

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    Mons in Belgium My city

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  2. West side is the best side could also apply in Berlin. ;-) Nice mural finds today.

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  3. The train and the ship are beautiful painted.

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  4. I love the ship too. It has a vintange feel to it.

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  5. i really like the last portion of it!

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  6. These are absolutely wonderful. Kind of traditional.

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  7. Great mural and the ship does me think on the transatlantic posters of the interbellum.

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  8. Wow! I wonder how long it took to paint, great to have the space of a block for everything.

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  9. Wow! That's one huge project. Very decorative and colourful.
    Thanks for hosting.

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  10. Oh, I really like that! I can only imagine how long it took.

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  11. Some murals can certainly go a long way to picking up a mundane Monday.

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  12. It looks like a full scale train!

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  13. Art and trains: a sure winner!

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