Art on Wheels


These photos were taken on Saturday January 9, 2021 at 12:27 PM.


The location was in the parking area adjacent to the entrance of a hotel in Chevy Chase MD (a suburb of Washington DC).


The "Take It!" was an easy decision.


I was lucky enough to catch the driver/owner of this art work mounted on a truck as he was about to depart. The figures on the replica of a construction steel beam were fashioned from a photo taken in 1932 from a high rise construction site.  


The creator of this master piece said it took him about one day per figure to make them. They were made from epoxy. I complemented him on his great work for which he had a minimal acknowledging response. I did not ask why he had come to town from NY which was shown on the license plate of the truck.


This was another part of a very different week in Washington DC.


Wishing every one my very best,



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Comments: 6
  • #1

    GpaJake (Monday, 02 August 2021 15:27)

    I can understand how you felt it was an easy decision to snap these pictures. I'm old & can barely work my phone, but I would have struggled to open the camera on my phone to take some pictures of this if I had the pleasure of seeing it.

  • #2

    Jim (Monday, 02 August 2021 15:28)

    Very Cool! Looks like they are all wearing masks too since they can practice social distancing on that beam. Lol

  • #3

    Sally (Monday, 02 August 2021 15:33)

    After seeing this, I just had to check out the sergio furnari website on the art. Looks like a high end art dealer, but they did have a link to a video. I found it interesting so I thought Id share it incase anyone else is interested.

  • #4

    Gabe (Monday, 02 August 2021 15:34)

    I wonder how many people have been in a fender bender because they were staring at that truck drive by instead of watching the road.

  • #5

    Teri (Monday, 02 August 2021 15:35)

    Is this a new form of art? Car art? Or maybe CArt.

  • #6

    MHampy (Monday, 02 August 2021 15:38)

    This has to be one of the strangest things I have ever seen on this website. Its very cool and definitely unique. I would really like to know the story behind how this person ended up with a giant sculpture on their vehicle.