Tuesday, May 27

Puzzling street scupture


I am very puzzled by this teapot hanging in the Noordpolderkade in the Laakkwartier, I cannot find it very attractive to look at, and don't think I would like to see it from my windows... I managed to find on the internet that this piece was called "ECHTELIJKE RUZIE" (Marital fight), which I reckon is pretty creative. It is designed by Jo Klingers. It represents a coffepot and a broken chair.

5 comments:

Tash said...

Definitely eye catching. The artist must of had a lot of fun with this. Your photo captures it well - the coffeepot looks ready to tip over.

Bibi said...

Like the photo and the teapot idea, but the chair can go!

Dick said...

Two tea, please.

FĂ©nix - Bostonscapes said...

I hear you. Don't think I'd like to look at it every day, either, but it's a very interesting thing to see, nonetheless.

You know, we have a famous steaming kettle here. I've been meaning to feature it on my blog, but every time I shoot the thing, I'm not able to capture the steam (it's on a rather windy intersection).

Re: CDP, I left the portal back in April.

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