Birdo & Getso painted this board fence wrapping a high-rise construction site.
It wraps 2 sides. I started at the west end where a Birdo horse lives in a lime green circle.
There are 3 abstracts, all in colorful circles, following to the east..
Then there’s a cute…raccoon? with different size ears.
Followed by 3 more abstracts.
Where it turns the corner, there’s a cute …. donkey?? or Kangaroo?? with different size ears.
Five more abstracts run along the north to south boards.
The final Birdo is gorgeous!
Pics taken by Resa – April 22, 2018
Judging from its condition, the barrier seems to have been there awhile. It feels like a piece or 2 were missing.
22 thoughts on “Go-Go Getso & Birdo!”
Fantastic art by: Birdo & Getso.
I love the racoon and the birdy. Everything is brilliant. Lots of detail and the contract is brightly done well. 🙂
Resa, I commented on your Art gowns blog. The tarot/mythology gowns are amazing and wow! go and read the comment I left. 🙂 Resa, I miss you and hope all is well with you. How have you been? Sorry, for my absence. I’ve been editing my 2nd book and I start a new job next Monday. 🙂
Isn’t it wonderful that we get to look at art instead of ads or tags on a construction wall?
It’s a wonderful thing! 😀
I’m fine, and awaiting your next poem. I’ve read your comment on Art Gowns. It’s LOVELY!!!
Glad to hear you are editing your second book. I would love to review it here on GLaM.
Good luck with the next job. I hope it works out for you, and as of now, you are 1/2 way into your first week. Sending love to you and all you love! _Resa x
It would be fun if the developer sold or auctioned those off and donated the proceeds to a community project. The building is almost done, so the artwork won’t be there for long.
This is an interesting comment, as I believe there is a market out there for street art, that is bought to bring into the home. When Banksy came to Toronto, people stole it all, even if they had to cut a piece of a brick building out, or remove a door.
These are delightful.
Yeah, i agree! BTW… so are your poems! ❤
Resa these are magical. Their expressions and sweet faces are so wonderful. Thank you for letting all of us see this lovely work.
You’re welcome! It was such an unusual and unexpected find! I’ve met both Birdo & Getso. They are adorable, as is the animal & other art they create!
In general, I like the abstracts more than the animals. The final tribute to the Blue Jays made me think of Joe Carter’s homerun.
Oh my! I remember that home run. We love our Blue Jays! Sigh & lol, I’ve been hoarding Blue Jays street art for 4years, waiting for that great season when they get into the Pennant position.
Well … my Reds haven’t done much for the past 28 years …. so I’m not hoarding because I don’t have enough room.
Here ya go … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-F5HwiGm7lg
I got a few shivers watching that! Thank you!
I knew you would.
I don’t know why the different sized ears are endearing to me, they just are. Usually abstract is not my thing, but there are exceptions. Case and point presented above. 😉
This art made an ugly barrier much more acceptable. Hahaha, yeah, the different size ears are totally endearing! 😀
The horse made me laugh, it’s so funny looking, as did the donkey/kangaroo, especially with your commentary. These are so cute!!!
I know, they make us laugh! Okay,so I can barely tell one animal from another, but I adore them!
I can of get the feel of abstract art here Resa, it’s really amazing how the artist has created a personality for these animals that is unique for each one. Great post! ❤
Once again – excellent post and great photos Resa!
That is sooooo rockin’!!! Cheers! 🙂