May 30, 2009

Shadow Shot Sunday #7

Yesterday my brother and I painted a traffic signal box (yes we did get permission!). It's situated on the corner of Creek Rd and Garrett St in Brisbane, and our design was Happy Feet. I chose this design as the theme had to be related to Queensland, and the director of Happy Feet is a Queenslander (George Miller, born in Chinchilla). I also thought it was very cute outside a school (was a very boring grey beforehand). Aidan and I made lots of attention with the painting, being on a busy road towards the airport. Had lots of beeps and cheers which was funny. Hope everyone likes it :D I thought I'd include some photos for the SSS for you. If you would like to be involved with SSS, head over to Hey Harriet for more info (it's listed on the side of my page). And if you'd like to paint a TSB too, head over to Queensland Urban Ecology. Have a great weekend everyone, and don't forget to enter my giveaway below which finishes midnight tonight !! xo Teneale

10 comments:

MonikaRose said...

Hey Girl, great shots there, love the paint work, have a great day and week ahead...monikarose :)

Martha Z said...

Nice shadows, great artwork.

Wicked Child Designs said...

Thanks Monica :p You have a great week too xo

Hey Harriet said...

You and your brother did a great job on the TSB. Love it! I was involved in painting one with a group a few years ago and I can't even remember where it was located. It probably has been painted over by now anyway.

Oooh I don't think I've entered your giveaway yet. I'd better hurry up :)

Ali said...

This is great Teneale!! I've always wanted to do one of these ... never had the guts, I 'spose ... or a good enough idea!!
Happy Sunday :)

Evette Mendisabal said...

What a great idea. So much nicer than looking at grafetti. Good job to you and your brother. Nice shadow shot too.

Dianne said...

good job!!

Brandi said...

How fun! It looks great guys!

twinklestarart said...

Fantastic, you and your brother are very talented. I can't wait until the next time I drive past there. I can say I know the person who painted that TSB. Although, it won't be that exciting if I don't have any passengers.

The only public object I've painted was a park bench at Redcliffe. Although I didn't have permission to do so.

Amanda said...

Oh I would love to paint one of those traffic boxes! Yours looks great too ;-)