Yes, it is unusual, but the sculpture itself is interesting to me. Realistic pose.
Very nice! He makes me think of this woman sculpture in a phon box, shot by Jing in Shanghai a few days ago.
Is he new? I've not noticed it in the food hall before.
Cette sculpture est superbe. j'adore les statues qui se fondent dans la vie.Comme alice, cela me fait penser a la statue que Jing avait mise sur son blog.A NYC, au Christopher Park, il y a des statues (de George Segal) de personnes assises sur des bancs où des personnes qui discutentThis sculpture is superb. I adore the statues which are based in the life.Like Alice, that makes me think of the statue that Jing had put on its blog.with NYC, in Christopher Park, there are statues (of George Segal) people sitting on benches and people who discuss
edwin: I haven't notcied it before either (mind you I don't go in DJ's food hall v often!)
I really like it too. Just like Olivier, I love art in ordinary places.
I was in this food court in June this year! I did not see this guy there. Maybe I was just too hungry to notice it.
oops oops. wrong info i posted. i was in the DJ Food Court in Brisbane and Melbourne in June. *blush blush* I only visited Sydney for 2 hours in June, only inside Kingsford. LOL...
I must find out who this "David Jones" is...a lot seems to be named after him. Can't be the one from the "Monkees." Maybe it's the guy they refer to when saying "davey jones locker"? Now I am curious.