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"...but you post food. I tend to block people who mainly post food." ~ Jerry Saltz, Art Critic
"super gifted...his works are truly beautiful." ~ Kelly Clarkson
Included in list of the city's greatest public art ~ Timeout Chicago
"What a great idea." ~ Lester Holt, NBC Nightly News
"Pothole Picasso" ~ New York Post
Ancient Fryer Instruction?
18″ x 24″
The first piece of the new “Recent finds from Ostia” series. This curious 1st century floor mosaic may depict instruction on how to
operate a fryer. Ostia was an ancient port town
of Rome. It’s (partially) known for vast examples of predominately black and white floor mosaics. Many of these featured commercial themes reflecting local trade business interests.
Chicago, artist, potholes, pothole art, pothole mosaics, mosaics, mosaic, fine art mosaics, mosaic artist, contemporary mosaics, jim bachor, bachor
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