Thursday, January 5, 2012

Mural at P.A.T. Central


The side of yesterday's building leading to the parking lot has this wonderful mural painted on it. The whole mural is 7' high by 70' long and so I was able to capture only half of it in this pic - will show you the other half tomorrow. By artist Attila Szanyi whose studio is just down the street, the mural was painted in 2007 and still looks fresh today showing the delicious bowl of Korean food and its ingredients!

19 comments:

Halcyon said...

I love foreign grocery stores. This mural is a nice addition.

PS: thanks for the info on the sculpture. :)

hamilton said...

Nice - a fresh bowl of steaming noodles. Yum.

Eyeliquor said...

Wonderful!

Tanya said...

very cool!

LĂșcia said...

Cool mural and homage for the Korean community!
It's almost dinner time here, I'd love a bowl of noodles and mushroom! ;-)

Deb said...

Toronto has a mural for every occasion! This one looks informative and appetising.

Regina K said...

Toronto does have lots of murals. That bowl of noodles is well done.

Lowell said...

70 feet? Now, that's a mural and a half. It looks brand-new from your photo...hard to believe it's been up there 4-5 years!

Whatever, it is a superb addition to the community!

Hilda said...

I just love street murals like this! Wish artists would do Manila's blank, yicky walls.

Jack said...

Carolyn from Oakland and you from Toronto could do a mural face-off to see which city has the most and the best murals.

Paul in Powell River said...

How apt! And it really is a beauty!

Randy said...

Wow, that's a long one.

Kay L. Davies said...

A vibrant and lovely mural, beautifully photographed.

JM said...

I like this one very much.

Sharon said...

This is a great mural!

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La Principessa Errante said...

I could dig into that bowl of noodles right now. - Interesting layout the artist has chosen.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

A fabulous way to advertise your wares, great capture Red!

EG Wow said...

It really is in good condition, isn't it?