Kansas City Library Parking Garage Turned Into Gigantic Books

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Maybe if we make the books really huge, like two stories huge, that will get people to read more often? While some people are descending upon Kansas City, Kansas for the Major League Baseball game tonight, Tuesday, July 10, we are focusing on the fantastic Kansas City Library District in Kansas City, Missouri, that has transformed a downtown parking garage into a public art piece that resembles gigantic books stacked in the neighborhood.

In Illustration: The Work of Dick Daniels

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 17, 2011
Kansas City born illustrator, painter, ceramicist, and part-time junk collector Dick Daniels is the mastermind of FunHouse57. When he is not creating illustrations for Shoebox Greetings and Hallmark Cards, Daniels composes mixed media pieces with bold, iconic graphics and a cheeky sense of humor.

In Street Art: The Big IOU/USA

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 13, 2011
"IOU/USA is a temporary public monument for Memorial Hill Park designed by artist John Salvest. Towering over visitors at a height of almost seven stories, IOU/USA is comprised of 105 multi-colored steel shipping containers, stacked seven high and fifteen across." Located in Kansas City, designed to reflect upon the current state of affairs . . .


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