A missed image!
And it’s not just me that’s unlucky

Charmingly Unlucky!
Work of Trexus Trex at Tib Street Substation, Manchester, November 2019



Copyright Debbie Smyth, 18 November 2019

Enjoying street art has become a regular event on my travels around the world: more of my findings can be seen here
For even more art, pop over to see Sami at Monday Mural

11 thoughts on “Unlucky

    1. A huge thank you, Bleubeard and Elizabeth. I had got the leprechaun and a collapsed rainbow part of it, but not the cereal! I’ve looked it up now and see that he and the font are definitely inspired by the cereal!


  1. The face on the building is amusing but it looks as if it’s a more specific message than just cuteness. I wonder about the piles of letters — or am I missing the words they spell? And about the dragon fly on the side of the little building.

    best… mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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    1. We have had help interpreting it now – based on the Lucky Charms cereal. The character is a leprechaun and his rainbow has collapsed, dripping on his pot of gold. I’m not sure about the letters though.
      And the dragonfly is a separate work, by a different artist


  2. Quite a cute mural Debbie, love all the bright colours. I’ve also had those moments when you’re ready to click and someone steps in front of you!

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  3. Yes, sometimes it´s just babbling, what we do!
    I love the shot with the person marching through, or, do I?
    I am always “ashamed” when people drop dead seeing me taking a picture and giving me a free view.
    As car drivers stopping to let me through though there is no cross-walk!

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