Monday, June 15, 2020

Larger Than Life


Look who appeared recently on the side of that big "glass-box" building I've featured before.  Why it's a jolly looking Teddy Roosevelt.  He certainly livens up that bland glass building.  And sitting as the building does, on the corner of Central Avenue and Roosevelt Street it's a perfect place for "Teddy" to make an appearance.


This is the same building I featured back in February when I found that new painting of a peacock on the parking garage behind it.  You can see it here.  That big glass building is not so plain looking any longer.

Joining Monday Murals!

17 comments:

biebkriebels said...

I wouldn't have recognized him but it suits with the street he is named after.

William Kendall said...

Wow!

Andy said...

Teddy's mural is looking good... real good!

Sami said...

Such a different mural, I wonder how they painted it on the glass.
The peacock you had featured before stands out with all those colours.
Thanks for participating Sharon.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh I remember the peacock Sharon it was gorgeous 💜 I'm with Sami on wondering how on earth they did this glass artwork, it's brilliant ✨

Silver in AZ said...

Hi! That Teddy Roosevelt likeness is great! Love the cheer!

bill said...

Wow, very impressive!

RedPat said...

I wouldn't have known who that was. I too wonder how it was done.

Catalyst said...

Is that mural of Teddy actually painted on the glass?

Mae Travels said...
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Mae Travels said...

Do you think they'll add Jefferson, Washington, and Lincoln so it will be like Mt.Rushmore? Nice find!

be well...mae at maefood.blogspot.com

Revrunner said...

As Teddy undoubtedly would have put it, it looks just "bully!" :-)

Silver in AZ said...

p.s. apparently I had my blog locked down from last year, so it looked like by invitation only. I've opened it up. dur. LOL

Bertiebo said...

Unbelievable

Linda said...

That is a remarkable mural of Teddy Roosevelt!

Steve Reed said...

Looks like a Leroy Nieman painting!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

This is unbelievable. The scope of that project is phenomenal. Sounds like the perfect place for it, too. GREAT capture.