Reykjavik, Iceland, taken on January 28, 2014
Reykjavik is an attractive city with many things that make it unique, including its public art. By the waterfront you can find this sculpture, Islandsvardan, erected on a pile of rocks.
Glasgow, Scotland, taken on December 2, 2014
Two years in the MiMe research and lab and many things still continue to amuse me. One of my favourite things in the lab is the random doodles on the fume hoods drawn by…well, I don’t know who drew them, actually. But I guess when you’re spin-coating all day, you might as well exert some creativity to counter boredom!
Glasgow, Scotland, taken on January 16, 2016
The one day last winter where snow accumulated in Glasgow, someone decided to show their creativity by giving life to this little snowman, whom I encountered on the way home. Hello, but goodbye soon!
Toronto, Canada, taken on May 31, 2015
Walking through Yorkville one day my friend noticed a wall of surveillance cameras…rows and rows of them, which apparently might be some form of art. Do they give off the vibe of “Big Brother is watching YOU”??
Dresden, Germany, taken on July 19, 2015
The sculpture of the kissing kids was the strangest thing I saw in Dresden, in a garden of many sculptures of children. I wonder if there is a story behind this one or any significance or symbolism involved here.