Friday, March 27, 2009

Downtown Art

This piece of public art is found in front of Hotel 43, downtown Boise. It's lit up with blue at night. I could tell you the interpretation, but that spoils the fun.


  1. Love these big pieces of art and we don't have that many in the States...I suppose this one means that the big cheeses who run things are kinda blue 'cause they're so discombobulated at how things have gotten so far out of hand.



  2. Very cool art work! I really like it!

  3. There's actually some pretty cool public art in Boise

    My favorite place for guerrilla art is "Freak Alley" next to Casba off of N 8th St

    Though gentrification has curtailed it's allowable use, there's a few interesting things still there

  4. Interesting, but I have no idea what it means!

  5. I like Jacob's interpretation. Since it's at a hotel, perhaps they claim to bridge the gap between your life before and your life after your visit to Boise.

  6. It reminds of some company's logo, but for the life of me I can't remember which.

    I hope you can take a night shot of it. I actually like it.

  7. I suppose you have to pass through it, but I'm fascinated by Jacob's explanation.


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