Cincinnati Bengals fan art includes orange and black house

HOUSE ON RIVERSIDE DRIVE. >> WE CAN PAINT ANYTHING WE WANT. AS LONG AS IT’S ORANGE AND K.ACBL TODD: WHEN BENGALS FAN KEN BLOOMFIELD SAYS ’ANYTHING, ’ HE MEANS THE HOUSE HE LESIV IN ON RIVERSIDE DRIVE IN CINCINNATI’S EAST END. >> BENGALS FANS DESERVE THIS. AND IT’S HIGH TIME […]

HOUSE ON RIVERSIDE DRIVE. >> WE CAN PAINT ANYTHING WE WANT. AS LONG AS IT’S ORANGE AND K.ACBL TODD: WHEN BENGALS FAN KEN BLOOMFIELD SAYS ’ANYTHING, ’ HE MEANS THE HOUSE HE LESIV IN ON RIVERSIDE DRIVE IN CINCINNATI’S EAST END. >> BENGALS FANS DESERVE THIS. AND IT’S HIGH TIME WE SHOW THEM. THE BENGALS PLAYERS STOOD UP AND DELIVERED ISTH. TO:DD BLOOMFIELD IS FEELING BEYOND INSPIRED, ESPECIALLY WHEN PEOPLE DRIVING BY HONK IN APPROV.AL >> IT WAS BUSSES, SEMIS,LD O PEOPLE SLOWING DOWN YELLING. IT’S BEEN UNRL.EA TODD: BLOOMFIELD’S PAINTING PARTNER, CHAD TRICAS CE,OULD NOT AGREE MO.RE >> IT’S SO COLD, YOU KNOW? PEOPLE KEEP COMING, HONKING. YOU’RE, LIKE, ’YEAH.’ IT STJU FUELS YOU. TODD: FROM A WHO DEY HOUSE TO THIS STREET ART, EXPRESSIONS OF BENGALS LOVE SEEM TO KNOW NO BOUNDS. >> WE’VE GOT THE ENGINEER PUTTING IT TOGETHER AND SAYING, ‘ ’HEY GUYS, THIS IS DOABL’.’ TODD: HARRY SANDHU SAYS A COERNVSATION DURING A FRIENDLY POKER GAME LED TO THIS PAVEMENT PAINTING IN MASON. >> 10 GALLONS OF PAINT. AN D THE NEIGHBORHOOD CAME TOGETHER. AS SOON AS THE OTHER NEIGHBORS, SEEING THAT WE WERE OUT HERE, ONE JOINED, SECOND JOINED, THIRD JOINED. GROUP EFFORT. >> I THINK IT’S SUPER COOL. TODD: SUPER COOL WITH A SUPER LOUD MSAESGE LEADING UP TO SERUP BOWL 56. >> WHO DEY, WHO DEY, W DHOEY THINK GONNA BEAT THEM BENGALS? WHO DEY, WHO DEY, WHO DEY THINK GONNA BEAT THEM BENGALS? NOBO.DY TODD: SUCH A FUN TIME. THOSE NEIGHBORS IN MASON PLAN TO GATHER AROUND THE BENGALS LOGO FOR A TLGAIATE PARTY BEFORE SUNDAY’S GAME. BACK ALONG RIVERSIDE DRIVER, KEN BLOOMFIELD SAYS HE’LL PAINT AS MUCH OF HIS HOUSE AS HE CAN BEFORE KICKOFF. BUT IT IS A CLEAR CASE THAT IS THE SAME FOR THE BENGALS, THERE IS STILL WOR

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

Super Bowl-inspired creations appearing throughout Greater Cincinnati

“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 Queen City’s East End neighborhood.”The Cincinnati fans, Bengals fans deserve this,” Bloomfield said. “It’s high time we show them. The Bengals players stood up and delivered this.”Bloomfield is feeling beyond inspired, especially when people driving by honk in approval.”It was buses, semis, old people slowing down and yelling. It’s been unreal,” he said.Bloomfield’s painting partner, Chad Tricase, could not agree more.”It’s so cold, you know? People keep coming, honking. You’re, like, ‘Yeah!’ It just fuels you,” Tricase said. “I want to paint the damn chimney, you know. This is crazy.”From a Who Dey house to street art, expressions of Bengals love seem to know no bounds.”We’ve got the engineer putting it together and saying, ‘Hey guys, this is doable,'” Harry Sandhu said.Sandhu said a conversation during a friendly poker game led to a sizeable Bengals logo painted on the pavement in front of his home in Mason.”Ten gallons of paint,” Sandhu said. “And the neighborhood came together. (As) soon as the other neighbors, seeing that we were out here — one joined, a second joined, a third joined; group effort.””I think it’s super cool,” neighbor Noah Bowers said.Super cool with a super loud message leading up to the Super Bowl.”Who Dey, Who Dey, Who Dey think gonna beat them Bengals?” Sandhu’s neighbors in Mason chanted. ” Who Dey, Who Dey, Who Dey think gonna beat them Bengals? Nobody!”Those neighbors plan to gather around the Bengals logo for a tailgate party before Sunday’s game.Back along Riverside Drive, Bloomfield said he’ll paint as much of his house as he can before kickoff. As is the case for the Bengals, there’s still work to do.

“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 Queen City’s East End neighborhood.

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

Bloomfield is feeling beyond inspired, especially when people driving by honk in approval.

“It was buses, semis, old people slowing down and yelling. It’s been unreal,” he said.

Bloomfield’s painting partner, Chad Tricase, could not agree more.

“It’s so cold, you know? People keep coming, honking. You’re, like, ‘Yeah!’ It just fuels you,” Tricase said. “I want to paint the damn chimney, you know. This is crazy.”

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

“We’ve got the engineer putting it together and saying, ‘Hey guys, this is doable,'” Harry Sandhu said.

Sandhu said a conversation during a friendly poker game led to a sizeable Bengals logo painted on the pavement in front of his home in Mason.

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

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

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

“Who Dey, Who Dey, Who Dey think gonna beat them Bengals?” Sandhu’s neighbors in Mason chanted. ” Who Dey, Who Dey, Who Dey think gonna beat them Bengals? Nobody!”

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

Back along Riverside Drive, Bloomfield said he’ll paint as much of his house as he can before kickoff. As is the case for the Bengals, there’s still work to do.

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