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Here are some of the most popular posts:This was a bit of a difficult decision, because the British Museum has become such a focal point for a number of our favourite historical buildings in recent years.
I decided to make the building a little bit more iconic, with its many iconic colours and a giant mural that’s just gorgeous.
I think it works pretty well.
It’s a bit tough to tell exactly what the mural is meant to represent, but it’s certainly a very important symbol for a building of this size.
I’m glad I didn’t want to go down the traditional route of having a mural of some sort, and instead decided to go for a simple mural that is really just a series of blocks of text.
The text is written in black ink, which is super easy to read.
The mural itself is a bit tricky to read, but I’m pretty sure it’ll make you smile.
The whole thing is made of black acrylic paint, so you can see where you’ll find it.
I’m really excited about the whole thing.
It’s a pretty unique piece of artwork, and I’m really looking forward to sharing it with you all!
I think we’ve reached the point where I’m just about ready to go and photograph this beautiful building.
I’ve been waiting for this moment since I saw the mural last week.
I know it’s a long time coming, but this is definitely one of my favourites.
It seems like this is the kind of place where I can feel the spirit of the building, as it’s so well-preserved.
I think this is just another example of the amazing work done by the British museum.
They’ve done an incredible job, and they’ve been absolutely fantastic in this process.
I can’t wait to get my camera out to photograph it.