All over my neighborhood are electrical control boxes that, about a year or so ago, suddenly became public art projects. I’m not kidding: It happened within the space of about three or four days. I walk a lot — I’m in walking distance of three grocery stores, two movie theaters and about a million restaurants — so I’ve grown pretty fond of the zillion-fold increase in public art, so over the coming weeks I’ll be sharing it with all of Metbloggery.
We’ll start with this peace-and-apatosaurus themed box at Vermont and Maubert, between a Bank of America and a little fast-food mini-plaza. More pics after the jump.