Artist Richard Phillips’ controversial piece “Playboy Marfa” overlooks a matte-black 1972 Dodge Charger that sits atop a canted concrete platform as part of his collaboration with Playboy. Originally sited in Marfa, Texas, the sculptures now reside at the Dallas Contemporary.
Detail of sculptor John Henry’s 101-foot-tall “Tatlin’s Sentinel”, installed in Downtown Dallas.
Artist Margo Sawyer’s Synchronicity of Color in Downtown Houston’s Discovery Green park.
Detail of the Thunderbird and Whale totem pole at Ketchikan, Alaska’s Totem Bight State Historical Park.
Artist Pat Johanson’s serpentine sculptures snake and undulate through Leonhardt Lagoon in Dallas’ Fair Park. (Click the photo to view a larger version)
55-gallon drums welded together and painted to make artwork in a Waxahachie, Texas, park.
A sliver of sunlight illuminates graffiti on the lower level of Chicago’s Lake Shore Drive.
Detail of a shipping container—an element of Tim Hawkinson’s Over the Water—at San Francisco’s Exploratorium.
Artist Richard Phillips’ controversial piece “Playboy Marfa” (originally sited in Marfa, Texas, but forced to move to comply with the Highway Beautification Act) rises into the morning sky over Dallas.