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Monday, September 8, 2014

Monday Mural - ND&P Roanoke

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ND&P.410 South Jefferson Street.Roanoke

What a stylish building ey? I likey! I didn't know what ND&P was so I Googled it and it appears to be an advertising agency. Probably a hip place to work! I think the advertising racket would be fun! For more on ND&P visit their website HERE and to see more murals from all across the world, visit Monday Mural.

30 comments:

  1. I like the way it looks too! Must be a fun place to work.

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  2. I have never noticed that but must have been by there, I sometimes keep my eyes on the road after all.

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  3. That is a very cool building Tanya. Hug B

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  4. Davidsons was my father's favorite store!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  5. Now that's an interesting mural!

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  6. Neat, if you work there you will never be late, just pick a time.

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  7. The mural certainly does make the building look interesting!

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  8. An original idea for a great mural!

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  9. I like that! Very imaginative and classy.

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  10. I'm loving these clocks!!! I like murals anyway and am always looking for them. This one is hip and fresh!

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  11. Frozen in time? I'm thinking the croc in Peter Pan now.

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  12. I envision advertising agencies being very hip places to work. Looking good is what they do, I suppose.

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  13. I like that a lot. My brother-in-law moved to one of those hip companies in California and they all wear smart-casual - mostly jeans for work. He seems to enjoy it, especially enjoys not having to wear his blue suit every day like he did on the East Coast.

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  14. Forgot to say, in answer to your question on my salad post, the background I used were two placemats I have. I used one to place the salad on and propped the other up for the background.

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  15. I will have to look for that one. I am downtown a lot.

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  16. Otherwise the 'advertisers' would not approve it !

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  17. I like the creativity in this building!

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  18. Terrific! I am willing to bet that this building has had something to do with watches and clocks in the past, maybe a jeweler's store or a clockmaker,

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  19. Pretty neat! I've always thought advertising would be a fun career.

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  20. Advertising often annoys me, but this is an exception. A very cool visual that grabs the attention. And what a scale. Thanks, Tanya, for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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