November 30, 2010
As any good photographer can tell you, art is everywhere. There isn’t a city on the planet without a colorful mural or an ancient statue hidden away in its back alleys and darkened alcoves. Luckily for IgoUgo, two of our members, akakd and ideagirl, have a knack for seeing everyday craftsmanship wherever they go. Our Photos of the Week are symptoms of creative minds.
The Museu do Bonde -- better known as the Tram Museum to English speakers -- lets visitors to Rio take a look at the city’s retired streetcars. Before akakd went into the museum, she snapped a photo of the colorful patterns adorning the wireframe door. If you look closely, you can see a tiny tram climbing up the border at the top.
When Ideagirl wanted a sunny vacation, she went to Hawaii, easily one of the best places in the world to relax with a book and a daiquiri. While there, she paid a visit to a surf shop, where she managed to capture a line of surfboards covered with groovy designs. Note how you can see a faintly-lit painting in the corner of the open window.
More Museums and Art on IgoUgo
Other Museums in Rio
Other Museums in Hawaii
In the Museo Nacional in Spain
The Arizona Desert Museum
Posted by tdbeckwith (Thomas Beckwith)