A blank wall, 60 metres high, is transformed by a swirling pattern of fish.  From a distance (which is the easiest way to take in this massive mural) the fish themselves seem to be rising up into a whirlwind or flowing down a tumbling stream.

Large scale murals often emphasise the size of the building.  This edgeless image by Portuguese artist Pantonio appears to round the corners of the wall, leaving your gaze to wander off into the clouds, so the bulk of the building is diminished. A subtle transmogrification.

 

 

A post prompted by the Weekly Photo Challenge Transmogrify