85 thoughts on “Cincinnati City Walk, Part Two: Street Art

  1. I am a lover of murals, too, but then I suppose everybody has to see the beauty in them. St. Louis, Missouri has many murals but the murals in your pictures are truly lovely! Love the trifecta of windows!

  2. I follow another blogger from Cincinnati and he too loves to show the murals of the city. They are wonderful! We have a few but none as eye catching and clever as your first one. I love the trompe l’oeil too.

  3. I love that first one!! What a nice lot of public art you have there. It’s always nice to see a good mural, mostly because they are often a surprise–and then a pleasure each time you see them again.

  4. These are really cool! The talent on display is so impressive and this is such a way to add interest and bright beauty to old facades. Good for Cincinnati!

  5. These are fantastic!! I especially like the one of them all looking out the windows – that is so clever!! And I like the one of the man taking his hat off. I really like murals too, we have quite a lot around here, but I especially like these because they have the illusion of reality which makes them extra fun and interesting πŸ™‚

  6. I love murals, too, and what a fine collection you’ve shown here. A suburb of San Jose known as Willow Glen has been adding murals over the past two years. They’re delightful.

  7. Hey, what a fab time to arrive, I see you and Alys having a nice visit here too.
    Hello, hello Johanna πŸ˜€ These are all just fantastic. The very first one had me thinking, “wow ! cool!” . But each one got better and better. I was just telling a friend about one I spotted recently in downtown Edmonton. I really much take a pic and share it….it’s aqua! LOL x Boomdee

    • Aloha J, thank you. I know its been a while but after a few years of unemployment, I landed a job at the library again: woohoo. But its very busy and a lot to process, I love it but blogging is neglected atm. Xo J

      • Wow! Hadn’t realised you were a librarian. Guess I should read About pages more often! Lol. πŸ€— I’m happy for you. But I’m not happy for us. I do hope we’ll see more of your so wonderfully friendly and creative postings, when there is time. Cheeri-pip! πŸ’–πŸŽˆπŸ‘Œ

  8. Really nice murals again, Johanna! πŸ™‚

    I read from the comments, that you started working in library again. I remember you mentioned once that you used to work in libraries before and still would like to do it. It’s so nice that you are back in that field and I hope you are happy there. Must mention that we are colleagues now. πŸ˜€
    And though I also miss your great posts, I understand that you are busy.

    Good luck! πŸ™‚

  9. hello Johanna, I’ve finally found some time to make some visits on WP, and just stopped by to say hello.
    I see in the comments that you are once again working in a library. I understand the challenge of work and blogging …. I just hope you somehow can find moments to keep creating those wonderful drawings.

  10. Hi Johanna, I’ve missed your posts, and our chats. Glad to see you are busy at an important job — I too am working too hard to blog!! Love and hugs, and Happy Canada Day to an honourary Canadian. πŸ™‚

    • Hi Anne, great o hear form you! Love my new job. Lots of training to do, but passed all test with flying colors. Aaaand I am doing collections for toddler story times and teacher collections now. Having my nose in kids books all day…life is bliss…and busy. Cheers And enjoy your summer! xoxo

  11. Just stopping by for a visit to your beautiful blog I miss your posts! I hope all is well for you! Take care hope to see you back on your blog soon! πŸ˜‰ In the mean time have a great Summer! ❀ Carolina

  12. Just popping by to say I hope you had a Merry Christmas and send wishes to you and yours for a glorious 2018. It has been a while. Miss seeing you. Hope you’re enjoying the winter. I know you always loved it. Me? I’m still whining about the cold! Cheers, dear lady.

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