Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Europe Rocks

Remember this post about the flower carpet in Brussels? Well if you liked that, you loooove this...

The Bavarian town of Weilheim in southern Germany enlisted 500 of its citizens to paint over 8,000 flagstones in the market square, recreating a large-scale copy of Vassily Kandinsky's 1909 painting 'Weilheim-Maria's Square'. 

It beats my driveway chalk drawings any day!

Images: CBS News and The Telegraph

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