Monday, October 5, 2015

In A Rush

This cool blue mural is found on the front of Rush Lane which is a cocktail-focused bar on Queen St West. The mural was painted in 2014 by Brooklyn-based artist Beau Stanton and when that window is closed at night the whole panel is part of the image.
Taking part in Monday Murals. Click HERE to see more murals from around the world.

28 comments:

EG CameraGirl said...

Oh dear! Is that ship sinking?!

Birdman said...

The color works here.

Luis Gomez said...

Such a beautiful one. Love that blue.

llandudnopictures said...

I like the colourfulness of this one!

Sharon Anck said...

I like it! Wonderful colors.

José Mendonça said...

Very cool indeed!

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

This is very striking!

VP said...

A bit chaotic, but fancy!

Laura. M said...

Me gusta esa fachada ....es preciosa ;)
Un beso.

Revrunner said...

That's pretty neat.

Lowell said...

I like it. I wonder as to the significance of the ship? And the yellow flag?

Halcyon said...

I like the color and the design.

s.c said...

The color of the whole facade and the mural are very good matching. I like it.

Marleen said...

I love the green blue colours.

TexWisGirl said...

looks cool.

Gosia k said...

it is interesting mural

William Kendall said...

Very eye catching!

Jane Hards Photography said...

I do love outside murals and wall art, yet I have seldom found any to photograph.

Lois said...

Very nice! I love the colors.

Geoff Wilkinson said...

Clever piece of work, if it's at that crazy angle when you go in it must be worse after a drink or two...

Buttons Thoughts said...

Oh I love that. B

Karen said...

Love the colours!

Stephanie said...

I do love the colors!

Cloudia said...

There is hurry in that sign!





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Karl Demetz said...

An interesting mural, like the yellow flag :)

Tom said...

An easy place to find!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Very cool find Pat, I could do with z cocktail right about now :)

Jack said...

Ocean liners sinking are not something I like to think about . . .