Friday, March 28, 2008

Acadian Boulevard Gets A Facelift

I am sure you are aware of the uprising in urban "renegade" art in the world today. Artists such as Mark Jenkins, Dan Witz, and Knitta are not only changing the appearance of city streets, but also pushing the envelope of what is considered "art". Baton Rouge is not the most creative city in the world by any means, but I was pleased to see an attempt at changing the face of our little cityscape. I don't know who is responsible, but someone in our community turned these old abandoned gas pumps into robots. There's a male, noted by the bow tie, and female noted by the girly lashes, and breasts (one of which has fallen off since it's application.) Thank you, whoever you are, for making life in Baton Rouge, if nothing else, a little more fun to look at.



4 comments:

Sandy Mastroni said...

Hi Erin ! I am so glad to meet you . Thanks for stopping at my blog ! I loved what you wrote in your etsy shop announcement . Yes I feel the same way. I paint and then it makes sense later .
keep painting and drawing !
love your banner too

Margins. said...

Yay robots! That is so great. Now you have 2 new pals. What more could ever want?

RainbowMom said...

Hehe.. I thought you were going to talk about robots in the community as in those people who conform and do as they are told without thinking!

Those are great! lol

beki said...

That's so funny! I'll have to check that out next time I pass by there.