Ted’s street art

Ted’s a bit miffed that I haven’t posted about him in a while. So, Ted, this one’s all about you.  We were out for a walk and on a wall, almost hidden by ivy, was this little fox terrier wearing a gold crown.  Quite impressive street art. Someone knows a good little dog when they see one.

Ted is convinced that this is a portrait of him. I won’t mention that the dog in the street art is all white and well, Ted, you have a little black jacket of sorts.

Still I have to wonder, who was the artist? A Tintin fan? Or I like to believe that they saw Ted walking about and just thought he was a little prince!

About susan sheldon nolen

It’s rare to catch me without coffee, a form of camera, or my beloved wire fox terriers. I love the history, the art, and it’s a massive part of my life, as I either paint, write, or get interrupted by my dogs, reminding me of the real world. I hope you enjoy your time here. It’s such a privilege to have readers.
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6 Responses to Ted’s street art

  1. Carrie Rubin says:

    I’d love to see such a thing on the sidewalks near me. Instead I see goose poop.

  2. It does look very much like Ted to me.

  3. Susan, I thought the first photo was of a pavement, on the other side of a hedge! The second one clearly shows that it wasn’t! I’d say it’s a portrait of Ted too!

  4. Hi Tom, I was quite surprised to walk by and see that little dog. Ted of course always thinks life is always about him, and hey…why not? Let’s just say it’s him in street art! 🙂

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