Left of the Blue Frog

Working the Maneli Imports mural left to right…

Artists: Shalack, Smoky & Clandestino
Artists: Shalak, Smoky & Clandestino

..after the most gorgeous blue frog (yes that’s ice hanging down) is this handsome couple &…

Imp #20
Artists: Shalak, Smoky & Clandestino

… their neat blue headed pal.

Artists: Shalack, Smoky & Clandestino
Artists: Shalak, Smoky & Clandestino
Artists: Shalack, Smoky & Clandestino
Artists: Shalak, Smoky & Clandestino

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Artists: Shalack, Smoky & Clandestino
Artists: Shalak, Smoky & Clandestino

Pics taken by Resa, March 6, 2016

Toronto, Canada

Was this mural fun, or what? TY, again to Artists: Shalak, Smoky & Clandestino

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RIBBIT

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Artists: Shalak, Smoky & Clandestino

23 thoughts on “Left of the Blue Frog

    1. I was going to try & kiss it, but there were other people around. I didn’t want to look like crazy person who was kissing a wall….. “lol” 😀 😀 😀

  1. Apart from the frog, I get vibe of modern day homeless Egyptian Gods. I love the top hat and the butterfly and your mad skillz photographing the reflection of the car window.

    1. It is a fun & funny piece! I recognized the Egyptian Gods, but now that you mention it, they are quite modernized, and do appear homeless. I love grabbing the reflections in the carz!

  2. Love this, Resa, there’s so much happening, great colour and characters. Then I saw what reminded me of the Bates Motel in Psycho in the background. I wonder what the motivation for this was? Vibrancy springing from a dark past? Anyway, it is truly fantastic. 😀

    1. 🙂 Bates Motel…. that’s a very good way to put it. It is a most creative mural for sure, and mostly I just know I like it. However, I keep wondering why the guy with the blue dog head is talking to the falcon on the bananas? 😀

    1. Yes, they do look like Egyptian Gods! I’m hoping to find a mural with Mythology Gods one day.
      Your pics on Instagram are wonderful! It’s a gorgeous piece! 🙂 Very cool presentation!

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