Monday, June 16, 2014

Street Art

Here's a medium you don't often see in the art world:  pottery (etc.) on moving vehicle. 





 

In case you were doubtful that it is art, it's spelled out for you.
Been there, bought the ... plate.


 
 
 
Have a fun and fanciful day! 
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26 comments:

  1. Cynthia , is an amazing idea I have never seen that before.What a pity I can't buy that plate.

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  2. Where was this? you do find some unique objects on your travels x

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  3. Don't tell me someone actually drives that around! I've never seen anything like that before.

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  4. It looks crazy but funny as well. I am also surprised it is legal with all the stuff on.

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  5. Amazing, colorful and fascinating indeed!! I've never seen anything like it either!! Thanks so much for sharing the color and the fun!! Hope you have a great week!!

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  6. Haha...what a fun and interesting find you have here!

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  7. And there was I thinking that a bicycle covered in crochet was a bit camp. I would not want to wash it.

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  8. it's crazy isn't it? they put all kinds of funky artsy stuff on cars here in california too.

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  9. Certainly unique art ~ and great shots for OWT ~ fun post ~ thanks.

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  10. OMG, I thought my husband will be interested in and showed this post and he asked me "not legal?". I found your answer to your friend. We were SO surprised ;)

    Sending you lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  11. It would make a wonderful mess if it was ever involved in a shunt - or went through a car-wash.

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  12. Oh my, how wonderful to be able to capture such a car with difference. Very interesting indeed.

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  13. That must cost a fortune in super glue!!! Fantastic photos!
    Wren x

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  14. Well, that certainly is something you don't see every day. Amazed it's allowed to be driven on public roads as would have thought it would be a distraction to other motorists.

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  15. That is really something! Thanks for sharing!

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  16. Oh my, that's certainly unique!...makes me want to go up close and look at each and every plate. Guess that's one way to share where you've been :)

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  17. I wondfer what kind of glue they used...not sure I can appreciate this kind of ART:)

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  18. That is simply unbelievable! :)

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  19. What a fun post! I've never seen a moveable pottery exhibit before. hopefully those treasured are firmly stuck to the car.

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