Greetings from the Garden State!
I didn't do it! I was gone from there by then... ;-)
I was finishing up my degree by then (I'd gone back to college after dropping out). I'm not sure what they were doing to these cars. I'm assuming the art department was responsible, but I'm not sure. I was an English major . . .
Back story!! I neeeed back story!! :)
Unfortunately I know nothing about these cars. They just appeared on campus as a sort of "modern art show". Perhaps someone reading this will remember them . . .
Now that is some art for sure : ) How would you like to have one of these in your livingroom!
They sure are different and interesting. I'm sure that's why I took the photos (it was about 15 years ago, so I barely remember it).
Whao..those are really works of Car art..
smart of you to think to shoot a pic of it back then!Pretty cool to b able to locate it and share it now with us :)
I have boxes and boxes of old photos that I'm going through and am always surprised at what turns up!
They sure are.
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Okay, that is fascinating!!! I've never seen "art" through a car like this!
Who could have create that? Happy WW! Come visit!
Wow. I'm rendered wordless. LOL
I found you over at alli-n-son for WW. We live in Jersey too! Great to meet you!
It's really different.
I don't know who created it but I suspect the art department was involved. Maybe -- maybe not.
It's the right day for wordless. LOL.
Hail to another Jersey girl!
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Thank you for visiting and following!
they're not exactly a Banksy but they're kinda fun. ;)
They are different, that's for sure.
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