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Mayor Annise Parker examines David Medina's Found Art during a press conference Tuesday. Photo by Joel Luks
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Found Art by David Medina recycles objects in a hogepodge construction that breathes new life into discarded items. Photo by Joel Luks
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David Medina uses eye glasses, plastic cups, headphones, broken pieces of concrete, cans, pens and electrical miscellanea for his art parking meter. Photo by Joel Luks
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Anthony Shumate's Wind Blown Meters at 1200 Sterrett St. is a series of three galvanized sculptures. Photo by Joel Luks
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Anthony Shumate's Wind Blown Meters is a trompe-l'œil in which the head of the object appears suspended in midair. Photo by Joel Luks
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Ketria Scott's Gumball Machine, located in front of Last Concert Café on Nance Street. Photo by Joel Luks
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Ketria Scott's Gumball Machine doesn't dispense acorns as the bronze engraving on the sculpture may suggest. Photo by Joel Luks
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Bronze acorns embedded in concrete complete Ketria Scott's Gumball Machine. Photo by Joel Luks
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Car & Meter History by Devon Moore at 1300 Nance St. is currently being completed. Photo by Joel Luks
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Mayor Annise Parker during the press conference. Photo by Joel Luks