Wednesday, June 1, 2016

"Yehuda" mural in Cracow


"Yehuda" mural in Kazimierz - jewish district of Cracow, Poland (painted by israeli artist Pil Peled). The kid in lion's skin is Lion of Judah that symbolizes jewish nation and culture in modern world.
The mural was created in July 2013 as a part of the Jewish Culture Festival.

By the way, this is the same place as in that picture: http://foto.helaq.net.pl/2012/04/thats-not-tropical-resort.html





14 comments:

  1. I love it! very cool, can't remember if I told you but my last name is Franks and has been traced back to 1800s in Ciechanow...

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  2. In this case it cleans up the whole view. Very nicely done. I love it.

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  3. Nicely done, hope it brightens the lives of those living in those rather dilapidated buildings.

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  4. Strong tribal looking image. Seems to clash with the old neighborhood. Good photo.

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  5. This one makes me want to go WOW!!!

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  6. Stunning graphic quality that definitely shines in its space. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  7. Gorgeous mural! So much work must have gone into creating this.

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  8. Thanks for this wonderful eye-opener! Wall art has become quite popular here in Rochester, so I can appreciate this one. It is gratifying to see that it has not been vandalized since its creation.

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  9. beautiful mural. what a piece of art can do to a place! (compared with the photo without it).

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