Stationary Faces mural

Published:  March 1, 2012
Stationary Faces mural

More than 750 local and international community groups have bound together to transform Bentleigh’s Patterson Station (in Victoria) into a mosaic mural called Stationary Faces (thanks to a little help from Bostik Australia’s leading tiling system brand, ASA).

The full mural, to be revealed Sunday 4 March, scales 150 square metres and features 550 individual mosaic creations and took more than 18 months to create. The project was led by local artist and mosaic expert, Pamela Irving, whose goal was to engage the community in making an artwork which would reduce graffiti, recycle unwanted tiles and beautify the dull underpass environment. Bostik’s ASA’s Fixall Tile Adhesive, Multiprime Primer and Megalastic Multipurpose Adhesive were donated, free of charge, to the project and used to piece together the tiles and fix the artwork to the station wall.

2 Responses

  1. Reo

    Amazing …. It just makes all the difference to the aesthetics of the area … Wish it could be seen from the train
    Well done !!!

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