Monday, May 22, 2023

Anne and Rebel Daughter

Driving around Wall and Isaac Streets in Norwalk to admire the many murals, I came across Rebel Daughter, a year-old bakery.  

It was closed, but I met Anne, the owner, outside.  
"Introverted But Willing to Discuss Cookies."  Can't beat Anne's shirt!

These murals were on stands in the parking lot.  Anne's shop is behind them.

"A dream ain't a dream for you unless you believe it believes in you."

The mural at the left shows three athletes from Norwalk,  I recognized Mo Vaughn (the Red Sox baseball player in the middle) and Calvin Murphy (the Houston Rockets basketball player on the right) but I have no idea who the man on the left is or what sport he played.

Linked to Monday Mural.


RedPat said...

Lots of murals there, Jack. And Cookies!

Taken For Granted said...

You created a great portrait of Ann, the owner of the bakery. Yes, I also love her shirt. The art on the "Dream" mural looks similar to the art in 1950s Mad Magazine. I suspect the third athlete in the mural of local sports heroes is a boxer, but that's just a guess from the size of the belt over his shoulder.

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

How great you got to meet Annie. Nice tee, too. I was thinking the man on the left was a wrestler, but that's just a guess.

You found some great murals, Jack.

William Kendall said...

Interesting name for a bakery.

Sami said...

Great name for the bakery, love the t-shirt too :)
Love the various murals too. I can spot the Beatles crossing the road in one of them, love the lion and the boy with a mask.
Thanks for participating in Monday Murals Jack.

Stefan Jansson said...

Interesting place to have a bunch of murals.