Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #170: Street Art
This week, Patti invites us to explore art–outdoors, in the park, on the street–for all to enjoy. When we travel, I often notice murals, graffiti, new public art on display.
A huge winged book held aloft twenty-five feet above the ground, with massive wings outstretched as if in flight by Anselm Kiefer, titled Uraeus. Rockefeller Center, NYC.
Cowboy sculpture, Dallas, TX
Nearly 80,000 Blue Tiles Line an Amsterdam Tunnel. The tunnel is10-meter-wide tunnel and is split into two halves, bicycle lanes on one side and a slightly raised walkway on the other:
Unlike other markets in Japan, Osaka food market is colorful, fun, and busy. You can taste many international food.
Patti takes us to Paris, London, Vancouver to see various public art. She encourages us to photos of street art in places near and far. Be sure to include a link to Patti’s post and use the “Lens-Artists” tag so we can easily find your post in the Reader.
Many thank to I. J. Khanewala for showing and reminding us to take delight in accidents and ordinary things. I have learned much from all of you and your photos to appreciate the beauty of the ordinary.
Next week, it’s Ann-Christine’s turn to lead LAPC #171, so please stop by her site next Saturday.