March 4, 2013

Going Vertical: 6th Floor

SDP  2-25-13
For today's mural we've moved up to the roof of the Palm Ave. Parking Garage, which is known as the theatre floor.  This little mural is tucked in between two elevators and cleverly incorporates the panel with the down button (and emergency fire instructions) by having the attendant peek her head around the panel.  Those theatre tickets are on fire!  To see other murals from around the world visit Monday Mural.

18 comments:

cieldequimper said...

That's a very sweet one!

Andy said...

The last few weeks you have posted interesting murals from the parking garage. This one is a classic.

Jim Klenke said...

Nice way to make a dull space interesting. Norman Rockwall-ish.

Revrunner said...

I like the 3-D effect of the string the girl appears to be holding in her right hand.

s.c said...

Nice little mural with a purpose. I like it.

Kay said...

This has to be the most interesting garage I've ever seen! There's some truly wonderful artwork here.

LONDONLULU said...

I think this one might be a favorite! What a trompe l'oeil. The 3D effect is incredible! The talent of artists never ceases to amaze me. (I've a soft spot for the Lincoln Memorial too, my favorite monument:)

Marie said...

It's so charming! Perfect!

RedPat said...

I love this garage!

LOLfromPasa said...

Another gem! Love it.

Halcyon said...

Cute find. It almost looks real! :)

SFlaGuy said...

How do you spell Sarasota?

Lowell said...

This is cute, in good taste, and fun!

E Squared and Mui said...

I like how she's peeking around the panel and offering tickets ... seems almost three dimensional.

Jack said...

I have said it before, SRQ, but the cleverness of these wonderful paintings on the garage wall just blows me away. I want to see paintings like this in every garage I enter!

Ebie said...

Very interesting place for mural. I have yet to see one in a covered parking lot.

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Hilda said...

Oh very well done! I think I'd do a double take if I saw it.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

She's a sweet addition to the murals you've shown us. This has been a very cool series. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.