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Last of the giant murals

It seems the murals I dig up recently are the largest in Europe.

This is the last of the set of three and can be found in North Portland Street.

Covering the west gable of Strathclyde University’s Graham Hills building, this mural depicts a photograph taken during a lecture given in the Royal College during the 1920s, and has been updated to include present day (as in 2014) students.

Unfortunately, you can’t quite get a straight view of this gable end, unlike the other two giant murals on this building, so I’ve had to a little more than ‘just a little’ perspective correction to tidy this one – as betrayed by the slightly ‘thick’ people I caught taking pics of this mural from the street below.

Glasgow North Portland Street Mural

Glasgow North Portland Street Mural

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September 10, 2017 - Posted by | Civilian, photography | , , ,

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