Friday, December 14, 2012

The Barriers of Art

We have already seen in another post how Livorno is rich in art and artists. Their work is often misunderstood or ignored and our goal is to show you some of the most interesting installations.
Sawhorse barriers, port of Livorno
“Dying sawhorse barriers”

Red and white tape on barriers, via dell'Angiolo, Livorno
“Scrawny barriers festooned with red and white tape”

Aee also: Curbside Art

11 comments:

Michelle said...

It takes all kinds of thinking to create art.

Jack said...

VP, I KNOW that this is not the kind of art that you like. You have even more traditional taste in art than I do!

Randy said...

Interesting.

Taken For Granted said...

VP, you have a wicked sense of humor. Thank you for this post.

Traveling Hawk said...

You had a great idea for mock-art, VP! May be if we would think this, we will be less annoyed by those ugly things on our day-to-day streets:)

cieldequimper said...

:-) You should try to put up an exhibition. People would oooh and aaah!

Dina said...

I just wish I had your English vocabulary. The titles are priceless.

Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger said...

I guess you can always make something out of nothing!
Duncan In Kuantan

spicylublin said...

This is it!!!You know, here in Lublin,we have the same art and artists.

Robert Geiss said...

Outstanding piece of art, your entry.

Stefan Jansson said...

Ha ha, very nice "art" it is.