I spent last weekend in Seattle, a city I always think I’d love to live in if I didn’t love Cambridge so much. It’s so rugged, so ethereally beautiful, so laid-back…and yet, so caffeinated, at the same time. I especially love Pike’s Place Market, which even though it is dreadfully crowded and obviously a major tourist destination, is just as smelly and authentic as always. Though I imagine it was a bit worse when they still allowed work horses in some of the market buildings.
Anyhow, feast your eyes on some wonderful Seattle public art moments.
Sadly I couldn’t get a picture that included both the name of the initiative and the giant two-headed dragon in the middle of the window.
There were dance diagrams like these all over street in one shopping district. I made a total jerk out of myself trying to work out the steps.
In other bronze-feet-on-sidewalk news, these are Mark Morris’s!
Incredible shots overlooking Puget Sound from the Seattle Art Museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park.