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EDMUND DE WAAL art submerged beneath the ground at the Alison Richard building, University of Cambridge

EDMUND DE WAAL art submerged beneath the ground at the Alison Richard building, University of Cambridge

Temporary art lamenting lack of progress on climate change and advising vasectomies for lads at Mill Road cemetery.

A dinkydoors foto-me booth on Mill Road bridge. It disappeared sometime on Friday evening: There is a followup response see #166667.

How many of you had noticed there were at least 4 bikes painted on this wall? I hadn't. May try for a better photo when lockdown is over. Hard to get a good picture of this wall through the railings. ETA: the wall is blank now as the restau ... [more]

Miniature art in Sussex Street, Cambridge. @dinky_doors

'The Metaphysical Cyclist' - actually a tour of Cambridge's public art by former Young British Artist Gavin Tiurk

Poster advertising a bicycle parade on Jesus Green on 19th April. 'Ecstatic attire highly encouraged' they say...

We walked at easy pace from far end to station entrance in 1:52. Via new exit with artwork. #cyclepoint See #74172

Curious mathematical art on Garden Walk. This one has: pi = opera / mosaic = E^2/C = E / pi = 1

An utterly charming poster for a bike and scooter sale.

A large mural on Mill Road, which is now the biggest piece of community art in Cambridge.

"Quiet walls and walked stone lead to hidden squares and bursts of persistent lawn." ... and there are flames of green on the door.

From an Art exhibition outside Cambridge Public Library in Lion Yard.

Bike art!

Artists at work creating the mural for Park Street Cycle Park.

Park Street Cycle Park mural - drawn in 2002 for the opening of this cycle park in the basement of a car park. Demolished: see #180431.

Cambridge-style graffiti alongside the cycle route in to the Shire Hall complex.

These are an occasional sight around Cambridge at the moment. Bits of chipboard with some apparently deep phrases in marker pen. I think this one says... Each aspect of physics is each aspect of mathematics ??? Comparative Creations F ... [more]

A mural on platform six of Cambridge Station. It seems to depict a wet journey to Ely.

I repainted this bike by hanging the frame and letting the paint drip down it. I gave it the name: Pollock after the man famous for the technique:

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