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The story of a bicyle, a wet-cement sidewalk, and a ruined pair of shoes

February 28, 2013 | By Abraham | 12 comments

By Brad Downey

(via This Isn’t Happiness)

12 Comments

  1. 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.

  2. 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

    1. Alechsa says:

      This. Obviously. It’s likely an artistic installion. Maybe about he determination of one to continue a path no matter how difficult?

    2. 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.

  3. 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.

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