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Trompe l'oeil or Mural - both! The owners of this dark kitchen in the city can look out on a familiar scene from their house in the country.
Featured are some of the many unique fauna to be found in the west of Ireland's 'Burren'
Life size murals of Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel figure dramatically decorate the wall from floor to ceiling of this Italian restaurant
These images have been 'distressed' to simulate the look of Fresco They may look like fresco but they didn't take nearly as long to paint.
Is this a mural of an Italian scene?
Actually it is of "Garnish Island" off the southern Irish coast in Co.Cork at Glengarriff.
Trompe L'Oeil mural depicting a rural scene
Rural mural detail
Trompe L'oeil and Mural meet in this small wc. These client look out over a scene that greets them from their Holiday home in Provence in France.
In a room where one can be left sitting without much to occupy, there is plenty of distraction, the book title have socially witty titles which refer to their friends. So what was once a drab windowless WC is now a visual gem
Map mural painted in a private swimming pool Fitting for a client with global business interests. It measures approx. 6m x 2m
A detail of a Map mural showing the Elements
Map mural detail
Visual expand a small bathroom
View through a window this image can fool the observer quite successfully.
The other part of the illusion is provided for by painted panels which have been secured to the back of these heavy dark doors again giving visual interest to this otherwise dull area
A 'dead' wall over looked by a restaurant has been give trompe l'oeil treatment (trick the eye)
PISA Restaurant - a Trompe L'oeil of the ground plan of the Tower of Pisa