Iranian specialist and designer Mehdi Ghadyanloo is whitening up the town of Tehran one surfaces at a time. With the blessing of the municipality, Ghadyanloo and his mural-painting company Blue Sky Artists convert empty gray walls into awesome large-scale works of art.
The vibrant moments are often quite unique in characteristics, illustrating outstanding attractions such as a man biking down a directly surfaces, cars cruising across the sky, and people strolling upside-down on the roof. Many of the murals also communicate with the surrounding urban environment; in one, raindrops appear to fall from reasoning onto the real tree status within the painting; in another, an actual residence building seems to flip accordion-style in a unusual structural perspective.
Ghadyanloo's creative moments, use of color, and expertise at mixing the murals into their current surroundings all make for extremely stunning additions in the bustling streets of Tehran. The specialist, who has coloured over 100 murals so far, says he desires "to bring some cohesion or at least colour to the often puzzled and smog-smeared structural face of the town."
Mehdi Ghadyanloo Murals
Source : Mehdi Ghadyanloo on Behance