Okay, here is Birdo’s bird.
Here’s the entire Graf Mural that “Prairie Girl” is part of. You will notice the birdo is wearing a Chief’s Bonnet as well!
I put the slideshow in order starting with the graf writing at the beginning (extreme left). The close-up of the “birdo head” is quite cool.
I’m ending this post with a shot of “Prairie Girl” that was not in the last post because if it wasn’t for her I would not have been so daring to capture all of this.
Pics taken by Resa – October 6, 2014
18 thoughts on “Birdo & Wales Prairie Girl Graf Mural”
I know! 😀 😀
Wow these murals are pretty cool.
I love street art! The artists are quite free to do what they want.
I wonder what the connection is between the two paintings. Hmmmm ….
Thought of you today as there is a front page article in the Cincinnati paper about murals. Enjoy. http://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/2014/10/08/murals-create-legacy-artists-city/16951803/
Thanks for the article! I agree with it. We have mural art programs here for kids, as well.
The one connection between the 2 paintings that I can make out is the Chief Bonnets! 🙂
Amazing in its entirety – birdo especially!
He’s really flourishing in the alleys right now. I have more of his birdo’s to show!
Fabulous images, Resa!
And weren’t you ever so brave – dizzy and all! 😀
Thanks from me and the artists! It’s winter soon. Thinking I’ll wait until Sherrie gets here in the spring before I attempt the roofs. 🙂 xoxoxoxo
Sounds like a very good plan. We want to see you upright and walking on two strong legs foreverrrrrrr. 😉 😉
🙂 xoxoxoxoxo 🙂
Very original… Cubist approach with native blends
Best wishes and happy weekend, Resa!, Aquileana 😛
Yes, it is quite original. This Birdo has really been getting around. I have a few more in my collection!
Take care, and a big hug! 🙂
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The other side of the world you live on! i too, seek those midnight artist..
i always amazed at the hidden talent, very creative messages..
Have found any with hieroglyphs?
No hieroglyphs, per se, but I often think that graffiti writing is like new age hieroglyphs.
interesting, would mind possibly taking another look, keeping the ancient writing in mind…