Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
"The right to buy weapons is the right to be free." -A.E. van Vogt
Georgia O'Keeffe came to mind for some reason.
Be water my friend.
Funny, I was thinking steam punk sea slug.BGM
Is that an abstract of the utility of eco-friendly alternative energy?
Interesting design... Lot of thought went into that one.
1) "WTH is that? Need moar coffee! Must awake faster."2) "Weirdest hornet's nest in the weirdest place I've ever seen one."3) "Oh. I don't think it's a hornet's nest...I'd ask my daughter what this thing is but it looks vaguely sexual..."4) "Oh. It's 'art.' NM..."5) "Needs a Scylla on one side and a Charibdis on the other."I may not know art but I know what I like.Thanks for making my brain do pushups this morning, Tam.gvi
Water powered hippie Gaia prayer wheel?
I'm going with "Georgia's steampunk-inspired tribute to d-day."
No, seriously. WTF is that thing?And please tell me taxes - or at least MY taxes - didn't pay for it.
OK, the big wheel drives the little wheel, witch climbes the water wall, I think. Is this Broad Ripple art?
What I think it is: Kinetic art - sit's there looking interesting, and the water wheels spin.What would be cool: Wheels spin driving the little legs it uses to crawl up water fall, when it get's to the top, it dives off the edge and does it again.
Oh my. Interesting take on a Tibetan prayer wheel.
Oh my. And right in plain sight. Interesting take on the Tibetan prayer wheel, though.
Does it do monologues?
Would Ted Kennedy have allowed that to be installed within sight of his Hyannis Port compound?
Wait till the moss starts growing on it.
I had to look long and hard.I thought it was a picture of somebody's panties tossed into a fountain, but alas! 'Tis ART!MC
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