One more panorama 360 of my mural “Thread” from Drammen, post abot this mural was here: Mural “Thread”
Mural “Thread” by Alex Maksiov in Drammen, Norway
Thanks to your unusual mural, this ordinary, gray building looks much more original and bright. I bet it attracts attention of all visitors and clients of this small, cosy cafe. They look at it and discuss what it means with each other 🙂 How do you think, am I right? I like your 3d paintings and murals very much and one more time wish you best of luck and tons of new ideas!
Actually, this mural looks a bit simpler than your other paintings. But anyway, it makes the wall more lively, espacially if it’s situated somewhere off a city 🙂 Was it an order or you decided to make it yourself? If it was you then how do the ideas appear in your mind? Because they are always very extraordinary. I also love a window on the goose 🙂 Don’t give up your art!
The panorama lags a little bit regardless the Internet connectivity 🙁 But anyway, the mural is really awesome. I suppose the weather is often gloomy in Norway (but I can’t be sure) so such kind of painting will certainly make people smile more! Personally, I feel better when I feel murals in Brussels (there are plenty of them). I wish you came here to paint something too.
What a nice place! Earlier I’ve seen only a part of it, in one of your previous posts, but now, thanks to a 360 panorama, I can fully appreciate the quiet beauty of this street cafe. And your painting simply makes it just perfect. It must be great to sit there, almost on the riverbank, enjoying a cup of hot tea or coffee (or chocolate, perhaps), watching your mural and recalling childhood village vacations 🙂
Such a beautiful mural! It gave this wall the second life! Great job! I would like to visit this cafe and have a cup of green tea. Guess the amount of clients has risen after your 3D painting’s appearance.
360 panorama allows to feel the atmosphere and see the beauty of Drammen. It is such a cozy and beautiful place.
I wonder how long did you paint it? What inspired you to choose this idea? 🙂