Dog Statue "Pees" on Bad Architecture

Dog Statue "Pees" on Bad Architecture

Tara Bellucci
Feb 21, 2013

This brings a new meaning to curb your dog: part of Richard Jackson's "Ain't Painting a Pain" exhibit at the Orange County Museum of Art, a large fiberglass labrador relieves himself on ugly buildings. The artist rigged yellow paint through a hose in the pup's abdomen to continuously "pee" on the facade. 

In other news, Google talks to Warby Parker about Google Glass frames, and will solar panels be spray-on? See the headlines after the jump.

• Giant Dog Defaces Bad Architecture, Locals Love It | Architizer
• Google Glass: Warby Parker In The Frame To Help With Design | Fast Company
• You May Soon Just Spray-Paint On Your Solar Panels | Co.Exist

(Image: Ken Steinhardt via Architizer)

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