Wall Murals are our oldest and most enduring form of expression from the cave paintings of our early ancestors to the distinctive wall decorations of the Ancient Egyptians, to modern day graffiti art such as the work of Banksy.
During the 1970’s wall murals were considered to be a bit naff and passe, largely due to their use by local authorities to enliven the grey concrete of dingy subways and public areas.
However, thanks to some bold and original public works, wall murals have enjoyed a resurgence in popularity
For example Trompe L’oeil, or the art of illusion, has been an extremely popular form of wall art for centuries. The artist is literally aiming to deceive your eyes, to make you see 3D on a flat wall.
Below is a modern example of the technique, used on an exterior wall. The trompe l’oeil artist John Pugh created this stunning deception of the eye.
Now, you may not be planning anything quite so large but the examples above illustrate the variety of possibilities for a wall mural feature.
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