The story of a bicyle, a wet-cement sidewalk, and a ruined pair of shoes Feb 28, 2013• By Abraham• By Brad Downey…(via This Isn’t Happiness) Share on Facebook Ready for Another One?Give us a few more minutes and we'll make you laugh, cry, gasp, or ache... Guaranteed! Restaurant owner with down syndrome runs the friendliest eatery ever Man solves a Rubik’s Cube while juggling it Get the best of 22 Words in your inbox Like 22 Words on Facebook comments paula says: Photoshop. There would be barricades and the concrete isn’t that deep. Yes, it’s concrete, not cement. Cement is ONE ingredient in concrete. Alex says: watch out we have a genius over here PhilA says: this HAS to be fake – only an idiot would continue to walk through the clearly not-dry pathway, they would have stepped to the side and walked away that way :P Begbie says: Indeed, only an idiot… but such idiots abound nowadays. Rebecca says: Anyone consider that it might possibly be a sculpture? Abraham says: We have a winner! :) Alechsa says: This. Obviously. It’s likely an artistic installion. Maybe about he determination of one to continue a path no matter how difficult? Marci says: That was my first thought. I figured it had to be some kind of art. MKPNG says: I would think the same… although the point might be different. Perhaps the focus of this artistic piece is rather to magnify the fact that once a person gets into a specific mindset it is surprisingly hard to free oneself from the ruts one creates in life. Steve says: Or maybe it is about persevering in spite of obstacles Klaus says: Its in Berlin near the tram station wedding and it is in fact the work of a street artist jeff says: You guys know google has an image search that takes images as input, right? I dragged the image into Google. Brad Downey. Artist. Stop speculating now, thanks.