Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Hidden art at the Wedge and Robot LOVE

I've hidden art in plain sight at two of my favorite shops in Minneapolis. One is my favorite food co-op called the Wedge and the other is a store selling designer toys and other great art, called Robot LOVE. Those of you familiar with Uptown, Minneapolis will recognize these areas quite well.

While the move to North East Minneapolis has been a fun adventure, I will admit I missed living on Lyndale Ave.

It's always fun to insert free art into the places you love.


Kris said...

Awesome! I like that you do these kinds of things. It certainly makes me want to do the same thing. I've always wanted to leave things in books I get from the library.

I really like the one you put up at the wedge. At first glance I couldn't even tell where you put it. It blends in so well with every thing else.

Do you plan to go back soon and see if they have found a new home?

Keep up the awesome art and free arts!

William Hessian said...

you know, i didnt even leave my name or info on these works. I simply left them as undeclared art to be found. So I have no idea what will become of them.

I also should have mentioned that the reclining figure was done in acrylic on cardboard, and the abstract face was done with melted crayons on poster board. It probably started to melt in the hot sun.

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