It’s colorful, and combines an aboriginal arts feel with 20th century cartoons.
LOL! Snagglepuss and Booboo.
Pics taken by Resa – October 30, 2016
The artist is Cash Akoza & the pics above and below blow up real nice!
KIDS’ MONTH 2016
31 thoughts on “SnaggleBooboo”
Nothing is to good for the children!
Agree! 😀 😀 ♥
Reblogged this on crjen1958 and commented:
Children, keys to the world!
Thank you for the reblog, and yes, they are the keys!
You’re most kindedly welcome…
Alright I like “Snagglepuss and Booboo” perhaps better than anything else, until the next post of course. 😉
Lol! It’s amazing what one can find on outdoor walls! 😀
Brings a range of attractive emotions to our inward walls sometimes. 🙂
Like amiibo! 😀 😀
These are so cute!
Cute is good for Kids’ Month!
I agree 100% !
It’s like being on drugs just looking at that thing. Far out, man!
Oh, so I didn’t need to do any? LOL! Just kidding around. It is pretty far out. 😀
That’s okay, I mean I’m on a tea and absinthe diet this morning. The world is glowing.
Boo boo ooh boob ! 🙂
Google translate THAT dear Resa ! 🤓 xoxox ❤ #<
TATH? As in how’s tath? 😀 xoxo ❤ <#
Heehee. Clever ! Got me ! xoxo :: ❤
Loved them as a kid, love them better on these walls. Great post.
I’m always amazed by what I find outdoors! I was a huge fan of Snagglepuss, but I had to look up Boo Boo’s name.
Definitely kids colors and shapes … therefore very fitting for your theme. Meanwhile … wow … you have worked hard this month … and it’s almost over! Well done, Resa!!!!
Thank you, Frank! Yes, it was a bit of a challenging month, considering I am an on/off blogger.
This month was an on all the time month. 😀 😀 I’m very happy about it all, & have a Thank you post and more coming!
How wonderful. Kids must absolutely love this artwork. The colors are so vibrant and it’s just a lot of fun.
I love the fact that there is an abundance of street art in the inner city, and that kids have not been forgotten!.
Charming and funk!
Blessed are the kids in your city.
Oh Sidran, all kids should be surrounded by love and art. I look to the day that there is enough food, love and art for all. Yes, kids here are very lucky
I second that wholeheartedly, Resa.It is amazing how the kids make do with what they have.
Very psychedelic! The imaginary stories kids must make up from that, ah to be young again!
You;re right! It’s a crazy creative that leads to much imaginary harvesting.
Well, I’m not a kid,but when I looked at this, I was! xx