In Mount Pleasant, Washington, DC in the summer of 2004, nine call boxes were converted from their useless state of decay into pieces of art that convey the area's history in little dioramas created by sculptor Michael K. Ross in a program called "Art on Call." The boxes show time periods of when Indians inhibited the area, through the civil war to the present. The two I have chosen are "Casualties Arriving at Mount Pleasant General Hospital, May 1864", and "Mount Pleasant street, 2004."
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This blog is of my day to day experience as Art Director of Evers & Co. Real Estate located in Washington, DC. The topics are dealing with photography, design & marketing, including insight through my many years in the design field.