6 thoughts on “Re-engineered Gyros Project

  1. ody saban says:

    Hi,
    I am an outsider artist from Paris.
    I don’t know if is you or other person done the connection to my site. Thank you.
    But what you did is going to the other ody saban….is not good.
    you are spiking about me, but the jinke going to other place. Please can you do it Ok.
    Thank you very much.
    Please wrote me
    Ody SZaban

  2. ody saban says:

    excuse me my name is ody saban

  3. Marty Weil says:

    One of my great regrets is that I didn’t haul away THE WORK’S sign when they took it down and tossed it in a the dumpster in the 1980s. The sign was a Chicago gyros classic. The Greek cousins who own The Work’s remain the greatest unsung food heros on the Northside of Chicago.

    Truly a wonderful project. My hat’s off to you, sir.

  4. Stephanie says:

    While it’s not a painting of a gyro and the painting is in a taqueria in San Francisco, I think it deserves a some credit. I love the glow and the slightly cubist style it was painted in. I coveted that painting every time I went there.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/durbanator/380104896/

  5. Andrea Kirkby says:

    I really enjoyed your Gyros signs – and also what you wrote about the Gyros experience. Yes, it’s the little details like the grilled pitta that make a gyros/doner/shawarma experience memorable.

    I was interested in what you had to say about the yoghurt sauce – here in the UK it always seems to be chilli sauce or hummus, which personally I don’t think is as good. Clearly I must get to Chicago some time for a proper gyros experience!

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