Sidewalk Chalk / Street Art
Somebody in Salt Lake is awesome. Somebodies? Whoever is behind this:
(“No, the girl played host to a symphony of want. She was a fever.”)
I came across this (THIS!) on the corner near my place, coming home from the laundromat. A little delight, and I especially liked how the creator(s) had used the sidewalk’s engraved street name.
But then (THEN!), out for a walk with Finny the Baby, there were more! This time clear on the other end of the Avenues. A veritable treasure hunt, and I will share it with you.
(“Rachel drove recklessly, the windows were rolled down. Sylvie licked her lips and tasted dust.”)
(“It was summer solstice, the longest light. They would sleep at the jetty.”)
(“They passed rusted out mining equipment, rocks painted with aliens.”)
I wonder if they were supposed to be telling a story? I’ve seen some while out walking since, and one even had an arrow, like maybe that was the starting point, but I prefer to savor them at random.