I'll be using ye' old Photoshop to infuse the work of other area artists here soon. But hey, since it is MY blog, I thought I'd start to throw mine in first.
So, I give you, readers of this blog, the first photographic tour of Dayton if I, Drexel Dave, were decorating the city.
You can get references of said art works in large form (or buy them ideally), at the web site for my world famous artwork: bedpanart.comClick on any of the photos to see a larger version.
Center could use a giant billboard advertising
Ale-8 One, - Briar Breast Milk - a tribute to our Kentucky roots.
by passers by at Labor Solutions on W. Third Street
if they stared at Woody Hayes every time they drove
or walked by.
commissioned a few of my Pope
John Paul II paintings to go into the
windows of his renovated, yet abandoned
building on Ludlow.
like an old crack house, only with Dale Earnardt
on the Cross at Calvary on the windows.
painting, "Giant Fat Man in Georgetown, Ky.
Ruminates of the Difficulty of Front Wheel
Drive Transmission Mechanics."
that there was no thug larger than he
were he to grace the McCook Theatre.
Best Known for a Supporting Role in a 1970s
Sitcom," adorns the outside of the
Meat King on Cornell, Ave.
the nude dancers with the freshest C-Section Scars
in town, but it would be cooler with a giant painting
of Elvis having visions of a sandwich made of Rip
Taylor and Gary Sandy floating by.
Wayne Ave. deserves nothing less than Tony
pants and ass on Xenia Ave. if he thought
that a giant ape dangling a baby that looks like
Michael Jackson over a railing were staring at him.