Today I thought I’d share a mural, as it is such a great example of the method by which solid objects painted on a flat surface are given the appearance of depth and distance. If you would like to see more of it, visit my original post on my Portuguese Blog.

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  1. Love this mural and absolutely love street art – always try to seek it out in whatever country I’m travelling in…
    You many not have heard of the spectacular town of Diamante in Calabria, southern Italy. Since the 1980s, the town has seen artists paint murals on just about every wall and there are more than 150 stunning murals – you’d love it!

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