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Manhole Covers of Spitalfields by The Gentle Author

Here is an article shared from http://spitalfieldslife.com/2011/01/05 with permission from The Gentle Author. I have only included six covers.  Visit the website to see all of them. Ever since I wrote about sculptor Keith Bowler’s Roundels, describing how he set new manhole covers into the pavements of Spitalfields with motifs to commemorate all the people, cultures and […]

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Manhole Covers of Spitalfields by The Gentle Author

Here is an article shared from http://spitalfieldslife.com/2011/01/05 with permission from The Gentle Author. I have only included six covers.  Visit the website to see all of them. Ever since I wrote about sculptor Keith Bowler’s Roundels, describing how he set new manhole covers into the pavements of Spitalfields with motifs to commemorate all the people, cultures and […]

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Three Sewers = A Home Run in Stickball

Three Sewers (Stickball Tribute) Mastrangelo’s sculpture relief 34″ x 30 ” x 4″ ABOUT STICKBALL:  Stickball was a game that turned the landscape of the city street into an asphalt field of dreams for kids who wanted to play baseball nearby.  An old broom handle morphed into a bat, manhole covers and car tires became […]

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Grate Spring

Grate Spring Tribute to Brian Mahoney Brian inspired me with his creative Horticultural Concepts and surprised me with “Tete-a-Tete” Daffodils blooming up through my garden grate. click any image to enlarge   Brian commissioned a simulation of a Cleveland Electric Illumination Company Utility Cover for me. ( I was born in Ohio) He also had […]

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“Don’t Go Soft on Terrorism”

Story by the Artist Download/Print PDF “Don’t Go Soft on Terrorism!” was actually created using thick pillow foam. Cutting the pillow foam was easy. But covering the soft foam grate and its support rim was a challenge. It was tricky and sticky. Fitting the material over curved edges required many cuts, plenty of fabric glue […]