This blog installment is a homage to random acts of upcycling in Missoula. The Garden City is full of recreated and repurposed wonders. Some of these you may recognize. Perhaps you pass by them on your daily commute/dogwalk/regular walk/bike ride/streaking session/jog? No matter which direction you go, you're bound to come across some upcycled awesomeness out there. So, to all the random upcyclists making our city just a little cooler, thanks for sharing your work and thanks for being badasses!
Here we have this north side’s most exquisite equine. This beaut greets us everyday as we travel along the northside’s bike path. It’s just one of the many art installations that makes this part of town a hotbed of creativity.
Coolest mailbox in town! Pretty sure this one's a boy.
Finally, let us bow our heads to this majestic warrior found on the north end of campus. The warrior is throwing a lance through a hoop, which is the traditional Native American hoop game. This gem was recreated with parts from abandoned automobiles. Thank you, Jay Laber, for adding some creative and cultural beauty to our campus.
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