38 thoughts on “When Pigelephants Fly

    1. Yeah, the city is turning drab scary underpasses into colourful community and family areas. This one has 2 mini basketball courts, a skateboard area with ramps, etc., and a kids’ playground with some kind of hi-tech rubber material on the ground. It’s quite fabulous! 😀

          1. Oh wow thank you Resa. What an awesome idea. When I was younger I used to paint windows for holidays for businesses it was so much fun. I also used to paint the run throughs for football players to run through when I was in school. So much fun. I never would have thought of that unless you mentioned it. I love this idea! I know just the bridge I would choose! 😀 😀 😀

  1. Timothy Price

    I love the idea of pigelephants. It looks like there are lots of imaginative, colorful characters flying, swimming, diving, and acrobating around under that overpass.

    1. Yeah, it’s a fab place, now. It used to be scary, but now it’s a community/family area. This one has 2 mini basketball courts, a skateboard area with ramps, etc., and a kids’ playground with some kind of hi-tech rubber material on the ground.

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  3. I love love love this one because it’s so not angular, and it’s a softer, almost throwback art style to the 1920s or around that time. Also love the action. Nice one.

  4. Gorgeous designs that will surely inspire the imaginations of children. Cities should pay artists to cover up all concrete areas, and brighten all our days.

  5. What a remarkable change all of the artists have made to, I’m sure, a once dull and dreary area. I absolutely adore the latest art, Resa.
    Well done to the artists, and to your fabulous photography… 🙂
    xoxoxo

  6. This is giving me the urge to go and finally take those pictures for you of the underpass art I used to pass by every time I drove the kids to school… If it weren’t raining (again), I’d go today! Then again, if it weren’t raining, I’d be at work. Oh well! Eventually!

    Now, back to these wonderfully colourful things! Love them.

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