Colorful City Living Wall Mural

Great colorful city living wall mural. 

This is a snippet from a larger mural at a local kosher eatery.  

Houses, people, cars, water, flowers, and trees. 

Happy pappy and nicely done!  πŸ˜‰

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Great Microwave Decor

Liked this decor (funny the brand is also called “dacor”) on the microwaveΒ 

Why watch through the glass window, the food on the turntable (and the splatter) as it heats up when you can instead see some real art! 

Also, kids art is somehow always the best; they see things in a more pure, unadulterated, as well as a fantastical way that makes you look at life anew again. 

Enjoy the wonderful art Papi!  πŸ˜‰

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal) 

Cycling In Multicolor

Something about this drawing at a local kosher restaurant really stood out. 

The weird cycle with the exaggerated extra big wheel in front.

The crazy looking skinny bodied person with long arms and legs and wild hair sitting on top.

The bright green, blue, orange, and yellow colors. 

It just made me laugh at the whole thing. 

It’s not exactly art, but it sort of is.  πŸ˜‰

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Amazing Honey Chicken

Check out this amazing honey chicken from China Bistro (Kosher) in Hollywood, Florida. 

Crispy noodles underneath the delicious, sweet, succulent, and crispy chicken.Β 

This was, as they say, “to die for” – so, so delicious. 

As my father used to say, “It tastes like more!”  πŸ™‚

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Buddha Happy

This was a great big Buddha by the cashier in the vegetarian restaurant. 

He is, so to say, “fat and happy” (come on you can’t miss that belly)!

I think that’s the message the eatery is trying to get across. 

The only problem is that fat does not make happy; it just makes you want to lose weight. 

Then again, no really hungry person was ever that happy either. πŸ˜‰

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Spuds and Suds

Potatoes and trash, not a tasty combination. 

At least if you’re gonna do this, don’t show your customers! 

Maybe there’s a rational explanation (as in “Lucy, splain dat to me!”):

The potatoes fell on the floor, and the broom and pan where there to clean them up.

Hey, once you peel them, what difference does it make anyway! 

Yeah, sure that works. πŸ˜‰