Glasgow is a creative city where artists and musicians will feel at home. These scenes are part of a huge four seasons wildlife design by street artist Smug: if you can spot the parked cars in the squirrel picture, they’ll help give you a sense of the scale.
I’m sharing this for this week’s photo challenge: (Extra)ordinary. It’s on the buildings adjoining Ingram Street Car Park in Merchant City as part of Glasgow’s Mural Trail in the city centre.
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Your photos are stunning so I can just imagine that the murals were outstanding on their own. Extraordinary for sure, and larger than life!
Yes, I wouldn’t care to meet a squirrel that size, that’s for sure!
I remember Glasgow as such a somber, serious place (years ago), but this certainly livens it up! Great choice for “extraordinary”!
I wasn’t sure what to expect but I found it a very creative place.
They’re awesome. It’s amazing how much street art transforms a space. I live in Newcastle, Aus a regional city with an industrial past that is in the middle of reinventing itself. We have an annual ‘hit the bricks’ festival when 15-20 blank walls are transformed by street art. It has increased the vibrancy of our city ten fold!
That sounds like fun – it shows what can be done when city leaders work with artists.
Now I need to go find that! I posted the puppets nearer George square in September I think…. There is another nearby to discover too 😊
It would have been nice to have had a little longer to explore – I remember one crossroads in particular where I was being pulled in several directions but could only choose one.
How nice that this one was recommended by WordPress when you followed me! Their algorithms work sometimes. Many thanks for visiting, I look forward to finding out what else you write about.
I miss Glasgow, my home city. Thank you for posting this.
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