Here’s another Dreaming of a Subiaco Christmas shop window display. The whimsical art installation is by Amy Perejuan-Capone and features a bunch of mouse-tronauts on the moon.
They have just realised that Santa and his reindeers have crash landed in the snow on the moon.
There is a touch of Christmas in the Perth western suburb of Subiaco at present.
As well as the tall Christmas tree (top) in Rokeby Road, four shop windows have been turned into art installations with a Christmas theme – titled “Dreaming of a Subiaco Christmas“. This one is at 49 Rokeby Road and is part of a collaborative project by Rob Cameron and Monica Allegre.
During our visit to Pisa, we stopped to admire the Keith Haring mural Tuttomondo. Painted in 1989 and still as amusingly quirky as ever, the colourful artwork faces the equally colourful Keith Bar.
Great reflections in the windows of the bar.
We were walking along South Terrace in Fremantle recently and stopped to admire some of the local street art. The technicolor zebras above are by Anya Brock. And this has to be one the creepiest bus shelters in town!
Noticed this polar bear mural in Vincent Street, just a few hundred metres from the sculpture in yesterday’s blog post. It’s by Robert Jenkins and has some amusing details, like this:
We were in the Perth suburb of Mount Lawley recently and stopped to admire this quirky sculpture of Dogman and Rabbitgirl on a tandem bike. It’s on the corner of Beaufort and Vincent Streets and was sculpted by Gillie and Marc.
Here are some more flowers from the current Subi Blooms floral displays, to help you celebrate Mothers’ Day.