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mural

 [mu´ral]
pertaining to or occurring in a wall of an organ or cavity.

mu·ral

(myū'răl),
Relating to the wall of any cavity.
[L. muralis; fr. murus, wall]

mu·ral

(myū'răl)
Relating to the wall of any cavity.
[L. muralis; fr. murus, wall]

mural

On the wall of a hollow organ or structure.
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A STUNNING mural honouring a historic Beatles venue has been unveiled in New Brighton as part of the seaside resort's continued renaissance.
This third iteration of the Small Business Murals Project was another opportunity to foster meaningful collaboration between artists and entrepreneurs, and let them broadcast their and their neighborhoods unique style to the world.
One of the two murals will be on the east wall of the police station, where the painting has begun, and the other will be on the north wall of the Knick Knack Shoppe, mural artist Eric Weatherford said.
Shannon McCraw, professor at Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant, discovered there were 31 murals painted at post offices in Oklahoma.
A mural painted on the wall of a Stirling city centre gym appears not to be the work of guerrilla artist Banksy.
He joked that he's more used to painting murals of the two Sheffield clubs but was delighted to turn his hand to the new-look Terriers logo.
One of the murals in the Jumeirah Project by international artist Cristian Blanxer Image Credit: Supplied What is the Jumeirah Project?
Today, there are dozens of colourful murals across the wider city that have become a big attraction for locals and tourists alike.
The collectors from the Klang Valley spent two months completing the murals with their costliest one being the mural of the prime minister and his wife, which is estimated at RM10,000.
Lousy Auber took a chance to make a piece of art out of it, provoking both positive and negative reactions.Even though murals, artwork painted or applied directly on a large permanent surface, are quite popular abroad and could be found in any bigger city, in Slovakia people are not used to see giant paintings on buildings.
Queen of the South are arranging for their football mural to be re-painted.
The work was commissioned by the Arcade Art Gallery and was funded by the Kaohsiung Lingya District Office as part of an ongoing program which brings artists to create murals in the city.