Phuket’s Mardi

Towering over the streets of Phuket in Thailand are several murals of a small person called Mardi.

Mardi in Phuket Market

Phuket Market

Mardi is based on the daughter of artist Alex Face (Patcharapol Tangruen). She often appears dressed as a rabbit, but always with three eyes. The artist says that Mardi’s third eye allows her to experience another dimension, which we can feel but can’t see. It always looks in the opposite direction to the other two.

Mardi as a tortoise on Thalang Road, Phucket Old Town

Sunday night street market on Thalang Road, Phuket

Mardi’s eyes are always red, blue and brown, but the colours move about.

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This week’s post was inspired by the themes Eyes from Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge, People from Jenn of Travelling at Wits End, and Tower from Debbie’s Travel With Intent.

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1 Response to Phuket’s Mardi

  1. Debbie Smyth says:

    I’d lobe to see that character myself. Very cute, and able to be extra inquisitive!

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