Day 145


August 18th, 2010


  1. Michelle says:

    YAYYY! I’M FIRST!! Cool structure.
    Peace, from Michelle in Providence

  2. Nancy says:

    YAYYYY!!! I’m 2nd!!! VERY cool structure!!

  3. alan of cedar rapids iowa says:

    If you want to move it put your finger in the ring at the top

  4. John in MI says:

    One of these objects is kinda cool, and the other is not. Can you tell which is which?

  5. JLarry says:

    Yes, that is a very boxy car.

  6. MN Roxanne says:

    Looks like they mow in a “circle” around the box…. cool art!

  7. Dorinda from Mentor, Oh. says:

    Odd looking piece of art work out in a field next to someone’s house….I see things like this out in front of businesses but in a field next to a house? hmmm…gotta be more than meets the eye.

  8. Sorry it isn’t an awesome mailbox. If so, it would be for for lost mail.

  9. Jeff says:

    I get the steel box…but I am trying to place the car in the piece of art as a whole….
    wait a minute…Matt…you didn’t….oh no…that is the real Matt Mobile isn’t it….that is how you will make it across america in 150 days or so.

    Well I kid you….nice picture…..MOve on…you have people waiting for you now………

  10. charlie says:

    oh that matt….always ‘walkin’ outside the box!

  11. Candice in Alabama says:

    This looks just like a movable image on a web site I found yesterday – when I was looking for fractals.
    It had a shape (you can change it to a geometric square), you could make transparent and then you could move the shape with your cursor:

  12. Uncle Sam says:

    Awesome Yard Cube!!! It would be even more cool if it had rubik’s cube-like sections.

  13. Don in Tennessee says:

    OK – this looks like the start of a RUBIK’S CUBE- at the 1982 World’s Fair in Knoxville, TN they had the world’s largest RUBIC CUBE and it is still in Knoxville-

    • Don in Tennessee says:

      AND if interested, here is a 6 minute video showing the construction and movement to ther World’s Fair site in 1982.

      The cube was a gift from the Hungarian government for the 1982 World’s Fair, which was held in Knoxville.

      It was displayed at the entrance to Hungary’s pavilion, to commemorate its invention by Hungarian architecture professor Erno Rubik in 1974.

  14. Michael in Atlanta says:

    I’m 18th! Cubular, man.

    • Janine says:

      Michael you stole my word! *LOL* I had to delete my whole comment because I saw yours at the last minute. Great minds think alike.

  15. deb says:

    Ohhh…it’s one of “those”.

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