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December 27, 2011

ENJOY IT! BECAUSE YOU PAID FOR IT.

Great works of public art.

Project

(Thanks to Peter Metrinko)

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Pikachu's dead! Finally!

Who wouldn't love a giant upside down yellow bunny?

I do like the giant cow made of old cars.

um, am i seeing things, or is that bunny sporting female genitalia?

I'm not sure what that says about you, Mud.

Check here if you wish one dollar of your tax refund to be dedicated to any of the following:

___ Public art projects
___ Public trash compactors
___ Public incinerators
___ Public stocks and/or gallows

My wife was an Art major in college back in...a while back.
Her professors were, of course, "Artsy" types who didn't believe in "grades". So they randomly chose students to receive failing grades. My wife was one chosen.
Bad decision on their part. She went all "arty" on them.
They survived but their spirit was broken.

so... that's a no?

That is a dumb piece of art.

Oh, now I get it. I walked up to this statue from the back side, and they had what I thought were a bunch of cannonballs strewn around underneath it...

I kind of liked the giant clothespin. Not too sure about the fountain where the ladies have water shooting out their ta-ta's.

Get the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch!

I suppose these serve as excellent object lessons. "See, Johnny? People made these because they didn't take their medications."

Actually Richard I think it goes,
"See, Johnny? People made these and others gave them lots of money for them because they didn't take their medications."

The Van-Cow one looked like what happens when a "Transformer" can no longer power or care for itself.
Sad really. A gut-rusting story...

Proof that P.T. Barnum was right, there's a sucker
born every minute (...and some of them has public funds to waste dispose of....)

The cow is WONDERFUL. I also like the clothespin and the upside-down statue.

Giant bunny moons town.

You have to admit, the giant clothespin is pretty clever.

By the way, the guy who made the yellow bunny also did this.

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