Ste J Reviews – A Mural

Ste J – Book to the Future sent us this colorful mural. I think it’s a fun piece to segue from Kids Month back to regular programming.

Photo © Steve Johnson
Photo © Steve Johnson

He has written a wonderful commentary, which is in quotation marks & italics.

Photo © Steve Johnson
Photo © Steve Johnson

“On an adjoining wall to the entrance of the Broadway Cinema in Nottingham there is a vibrant and eye catching mix of images.” 

Photo © Steve Johnson
Photo © Steve Johnson

“I like to see this as a promise to amaze and inspire, to allow escape or thought provoking material.” 

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Photo © Steve Johnson

“It is wonderful when the cinema experience starts outside and triggers off that excitement.”

Photo © Steve Johnson
Photo © Steve Johnson

“Art can influence moods as we potter about town but to work in tandem with the surroundings makes it even more interesting as a medium of feeling as well as visuals.”

Photo © Steve Johnson
Photo © Steve Johnson

Ste J, who writes really great book reviews, some film reviews & once in a while a game review, also writes fab Graf Reviews.

  Pics taken by Steve Johnson  –  2016

Nottingham, England, UK

⭐ THANK YOU Ste J ! ⭐

Photo © Steve Johnson
Photo © Steve Johnson

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31 thoughts on “Ste J Reviews – A Mural

    1. The pub I went to on the same day had portraits stuck on the ceiling as well as wallpaper featuring giant phones. At least that’s what I think it was….

      1. Gee, that sounds interesting. If it was outdoors, it sounds like it could be street art! I suppose it might classify as Pub Art. Of course that would be a whole new art blog concept.

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