Wednesday, 30 March 2011


Have you ever thought about how many trolleys have been stolen and left in all sorts of strange places??

Some months back I saw an art project put together in a book, where people from all over the world had collected photos of these, more or less, destroyed trolleys.

When I passed this corner at "Stavanger Kunstforening" I suddenly saw this bright trolley in front of a sign, directly translated "Art builds up" or perhaps more correctly, "Art develops".

I guess ART is very very different for each one of us!:)


9 comments:

Theanne and Baron said...

Colorful...artistic...nice composition...excellent plus a social statement. People live shopping carts all over the place here too!

Sherry Stewart said...

Oh I love this green trolly. And yes I agree that art is different for us all. Life is a fine art, it appears, and is expressed in an infinite range of ways

Lois Evensen said...

The green is lovely, but would be even more lovely with flowering vines growing on it.

Seriously, those grocery carts are quite expensive. The stores send small trucks around near their stores to pick them up and bring them back.

Ksenija said...

like this photo

VP said...

I like the part about lost trolleys, but I still believe good art needs a brush or a chisel and some good hands. The rest is urban furniture...

eyeseeart said...

Stunner! love the bold colors, like the story!

TheChieftess said...

Love these coincidences!!! And love the bright green trolley!!! (here in the US they're simply grocery carts...trolley is much more fun!)

Steffe said...

It does have an art feeling this one.

JM said...

What a cool shot! Perfect composition. By the way, I found one of these at my door a couple of weeks ago! :-)