The star sower monument in Kaunas, Lithuania. In the daytime this monument doesn’t make any sense, but when night comes down to the city….
I live in Lithuania but I didn’t even know about such marvelous sculpture.
Love it! I’m a big fan of the Baltic countries (especially Latvia and Lithuania).
ya, first person to sound like an moran.
Ok, thanks, moran! haha, got you from the back. i am humping, i am pumping.
WOOO! ALL ABOARD THE MAN TRAIN!!! HUMPA HUMPA! HUMPA HUMPA! WOO WOO!
I wonder how many times he’s gonna say “moran” before he realizes it’s incorrect?? And “an moran” no less… classic.
Nice idea, was the statue planned like that or is it graffiti?
And Mr saint i think you forget something,and what are you try to add in your comments?????????????
Nice. Reminds me about this guy doing ad hacks in public places : http://www.flickr.com/photos/docteurgecko/
I like all soviet era monuments and sculptures like this “star sewer” ! ! ! ! ! ! !
this monument is not of soviet era. it was built in 1940, before the soviet era.
i dont know if i should lol
The sculpture surely wasn’t ment to be that way in night time (as there were no lights directed at it when it was placed there). Some creative guys just figured out how to make it cooler in night time.
I agree with this guy, there’s even a signature on the stars, saying “morfai”.
This is actually a sculpture of a book smuggler (it should have a prettier name, but I guess I just don’t know it).
Arnas, this is not book smuggler. Book smuggler is next to this statue. And this statute was raised in 1939
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Where is that?
The lady who sweeps in the photo 1 left all the garbage, there one sees in the photo 2 ja ja ja
That woman was raking leaves, but all she did is rake them into the curb corner. She should be fired. And then shot. And then fired again.
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Sculpture is here
right in the middle. It has nothing to do neither with Russia nor with english, it is not in Russia and wasn’t built in soviet times, actually it is in EU now. Seems appeared here only following dirty russian ambitions to conquer as much teritory as possible, murdering all nations around.
it WOULD make sense in the daytime if photographed from the same angle as the night picture…
i think banksy did that
Thats not phoposhop, the sculpture is in lithuania, kaunas.
it was built in 1939, and that wasn’t soviet period.
Yes, it was built before WW2, when Lithuania stil wasn’t annexed to the USSR. The sculptor is Bernardas Bučas, and name of it is just The Sower without any stars mentioned. The stars pictured on the wall are modern innovation and this picture seems to be inofficial, so that one day it can disappear as the tolerance of city officials ends. – Nevertheless the stars add some more mystics to that sculpture, making it more attractive.
Now they ruined it, by covering the stars..
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