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They ended up on this car in Ballard…
And they lined all the windows with old keys too…
Saw that parked in Fremont last year. I love that the keys framing the windows are in qwerty order.
i used to see it on the hill all the time. maybe they live here and work there? or something. i bet the owner, or someone they know, reads slog.
Welcome to Seattle.
(That car's been around for years.)
(Art cars rule!)
Art Cars are awesome, as are the artist who create them!
@4 - I suddenly have an image of a multi-armed multi-faced Artist ...
I have seen this car about 3 times a day for the last couple years, but i have never seen the driver! Mysterious...
It's been at the art car thing at the Fremont Fair* for I dunno how many years running now.
* you know, the part of the festival not involving naked cyclists
It's a "disk drive".
@7 - um, the naked bicyclists are NOT part of the Fremont Solstice Parade.
oh man i wanna date THAT guy. someone give me his number now. i beg you. please.
The naked bicyclists are the ONLY reason to go to the Solstice parade...
I've seen it parked on 14th between John & Thomas (outside of Safeway) several times.
It's a she, and she lived by me...she and her boyfriend nailed cd's to the garage, but up some weird sculpture in the front yard that looked like a computer with legs, had a canoe with wings. I know they had the right to do that, but I just wanted them to move back to fremont...and quit screwing with my pretty sweet neighborhood.
Many years back The Stranger recommended that to encourage the proliferation of art cars, the City should have an art car contest and award the winner a free parking pass for the year. It's still a great idea.
@2, yep, I already read the slog. you may remember me from such slog tips as "gay pride jury stamps" and "Oddest book titles of the year".
@10 sorry, I'm a straight gal (with an awesome boyfriend). and no, for whoever's about to ask, my boyfriend didn't help me with/give me the idea for that car.
@14 I still live there, maybe you moved? You used the past tense, so I don't know. anyway, as it happens, I'm divesting myself of the yard art, so if you'd like to help me dismantle that stuff and take it to the dump, you'll get your wish of the neighborhood being back to normal. The garage CDs are staying, though (and they're glued, not nailed).
I've been in that car and I took this picture.
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