art & the city

i am a big fan of public art / i look for them in any city i visit or live in \ a neighborhood with public art that is alive & vibrant is a healthy & engaged neighborhood | a good place to live, work & play

the atlantic cities has kept tab of some of the most interesting and eye-catching public art around the globe:   a challenging way of playing rubik’s cube / as protest for dismantling public swimming pools, a sculpture of condoms filled with lights and blue water \ this one uses fire | unhappy residents use molotov bombs to protest the 2020 summer olympics / 1.8 miles of LED & 25,000 individually programmed lights for the bay bridge \ you’ll find your way home with these whimsical lighted clothespins / park trees are given a screaming attitude

http://www.theatlanticcities.com/design/2013/12/6-floor-building-now-giant-rubiks-cube/7776/

< links to the others can be found in the giant rubik’s cube page >

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