Cincinnati Bengals fan art features an orange and black home


HOUSE ON RIVERSIDE DRIVE. >> WE CAN PAINT ANYTHING WE WANT. WHILE IT’S ORANGE AND K.ACBL TODD: WHEN BENGALS FAN KEN BLOOMFIELD SAYS ‘ANYTHING’, HE MEANS THE HOUSE HE LIVING IN ON RIVERSIDE DRIVE IN CINCINNATI’S EAST END. >> BENGALS FANS DESERVE IT. AND IT’S HIGH TIME TO SHOW THEM. BENGAL PLAYERS STAND UP AND DELIVER ISTH. TO: DD BLOOMFIELD FEELS BEYOND INSPIRED, ESPECIALLY WHEN PEOPLE DRIVE BY HONK IN APPROV.AL >> IT WAS BUSES, SEEDLING, LD O PEOPLE SLOWING DOWN SCREAMING. IT’S BEEN UNRL.EA TODD: BLOOMFIELD’S PAINTING PARTNER CHAD TRICAS CE COULD NOT BE AGREE MORE.RE >> IT’S SO COLD, YOU KNOW? PEOPLE KEEP COMING, KLAGNANT. YOU’RE, LIKE, ‘YEAH.’ IT STJU FEED YOU. TODD: FROM A WHO DEY HOUSE TO THIS STREET ART, BENGAL EXPRESSIONS OF LOVE SEEM TO KNOW NO BOUNDARIES. >> WE HAVE THE ENGINEER PUT IT TOGETHER AND SAY, ‘HEY GUYS, THIS IS DOABL.’ TODD: HARRY SANDHU SAYS COERNVSATION DURING FRIENDLY POKER GAME LEAD TO THIS MASON PAVEMENT PAINTING. >> 10 GALLONS OF PAINT. AND THE NEIGHBORHOOD GATHERED. AS SOON AS THE OTHER NEIGHBORS, SEEING WE WERE HERE, ONE JOINED, SECOND JOINED, THIRD JOINED. GROUP EFFORT. >> I THINK THAT’S SUPER COOL. TODD: SUPER COOL WITH SUPER STRONG MSAESGE LEADING TO SERUP BOWL 56. WHO DEY, WHO DEY, WHO DEY THINKS WILL BEAT BENGALS? NOBO.DY TODD: SUCH A MOMENT OF PLEASURE. THESE MASON NEIGHBORS PLAN TO GATHER AROUND THE BENGALS LOGO FOR A TLGAIATE PARTY BEFORE SUNDAY’S GAME. BACK ALONG RIVERSIDE DRIVER, KEN BLOOMFIELD SAYS HE WILL PAINT AS MUCH OF HIS HOUSE AS HE CAN BEFORE KICK-OFF. BUT IT IS A CLEAR CASE THAT IT IS THE SAME FOR BENGALS, THERE IS ALWAYS WOR

Cincinnati Bengals fan art includes orange and black house, pavement painting

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“We can paint anything we want as long as it’s orange and black,” Ken Bloomfield said. When Bloomfield, a Cincinnati Bengals fan, said “nonsense,” he was referring to the house he lives in on Riverside Drive in the East End neighborhood of Queen City. “Cincinnati fans, Bengals fans deserve it,” Bloomfield said. “It’s high time to show them. The Bengals players stood up and delivered that.” Bloomfield feels beyond inspiring, especially when people drive around honking their horns in approval. he said. Bloomfield’s painting partner Chad Tricase couldn’t agree more. It’s so cold, you know? People keep coming honking their horns. It just feeds you,” Tricase said. “I want to paint that fucking fireplace, you know. It’s crazy.” From a Who Dey house to street art, Bengals’ expressions of love seem to know no bounds. “We have the engineer putting it together and saying, ‘Hey guys, it’s doable,'” Harry Sandhu said. “And the neighborhood came together. (As soon as) the other neighbors, seeing we were here – one joined, a second joined, a third joined; group effort.” “I think that’s super cool,” neighbor Noah Bowers said Super Cool with a super strong message leading up to the Super Bowl. Sandhu’s neighbors in Mason chanted. “Who Dey, Who Dey, Who Dey think they’re gonna beat the Bengals? Nobody!” These neighbors plan to gather around the Bengals logo for a party before Sunday’s game. Back on Riverside Drive, Bloomfield said he would paint the house as best he could before kickoff. As is the case with the Bengals, there is still work to be done.

“We can paint anything we want as long as it’s orange and black,” Ken Bloomfield said.

When Bloomfield, a Cincinnati Bengals fan, said “anything,” he meant the house he lives in on Riverside Drive in the East End neighborhood of Queen City.

“Cincinnati fans, Bengals fans deserve it,” Bloomfield said. “It’s high time to show them. The Bengals players stood up and delivered that.”

Bloomfield feels beyond inspiring, especially when people drive around honking their horns in approval.

“It was buses, tractor-trailers, old people slowing down and screaming. It was unreal,” he said.

Bloomfield’s painting partner, Chad Tricase, totally agrees.

“It’s so cold, you know? People keep coming honking their horns. You say to yourself: ‘Yeah!’ It just feeds you,” Tricase said. “I want to paint that damn fireplace, you know. It’s crazy.”

From a Who Dey house to street art, Bengals’ expressions of love seem to know no bounds.

“We have the engineer putting it together and saying, ‘Hey guys, it’s doable,'” Harry Sandhu said.

Sandhu said a conversation during a friendly poker game led to a prominent Bengals logo painted on the sidewalk outside his home in Mason.

“Ten gallons of paint,” Sandhu said. “And the neighborhood came together. (As soon as) the other neighbors, seeing we were here – one joined, second joined, third joined; group effort.”

“I think that’s super cool,” neighbor Noah Bowers said.

Super cool with a super strong message leading up to the Super Bowl.

“Who Dey, Who Dey, Who Dey Thinks He’s Gonna Beat The Bengals?” Sandhu’s neighbors in Mason chanted. “Who Dey, Who Dey, Who Dey thinks he’s gonna beat the Bengals? Nobody!”

These neighbors plan to gather around the Bengals logo for a party before Sunday’s game.

Back along Riverside Drive, Bloomfield said he would paint as much of his house as possible before kickoff. As is the case with the Bengals, there is still work to be done.

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