On a Kid’s Daydream

Every kid dreams of a party like this …

. .. with ice cream


… and cake


… and cookies


… friends and happiness

… and our imaginary friends too

All for this young lady


… It’s a good day for her.


Ice Cream Daydream is a vibrant mural created by ArtWorks at 33 East 12th Street in Cincinnati’s Over the Rhine district. This mural is full of imagination, fun and joy.

ArtWorks is a unique non-profit organization that employs and trains local youth to create art in the community. To date, ArtWorks is responsible for over 100 murals throughout Cincinnati – which many are in the main part of the city.

This post is for Resa, Toronto’s lady of style who also captures street art in Toronto and Winnipeg as a hobby. Resa recently declared March as Kid’s Month on her blog – so this is the first of my two posts for her celebration.


51 thoughts on “On a Kid’s Daydream

    • Brigitte,
      ArtWorks has done fabulous work in our city both for and with people. Such a wide variety of murals, and more are on the way … and I’ve only captured a few. I’ll have another one for kids in about 2 weeks.


  1. This mural series is quite different from the previous examples. I think the element of whimsy and the appeal to children of all ages is really very nice. I’m so impressed with the entire ArtWorks series. Many cities have small groupings, but this particular effort is so substantial.

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    • Debra,
      Glad you appreciate ArtWorks. Oh yes … quite substantial and I’ve only toughed on a small portion of them. Whimsical is another good descriptor here. and definitely for the kid in all of us.


  2. OMG!!! Frank, you are a darling. ⭐ I adore this. This mural is perfect for Kids’ Month.
    This will be my Wednesday post for KM….. as a reblog.
    KM is turning out to be a flood of love and enthusiasm. ❤

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