Monday, June 5, 2006

CHURCH BUILDING BLOCKS

Hat tip to the Curt Jester

Designed by a team of gifted toddlers, this design may become reality for this Maltese church - Catholic, mind you.








Says Jeff: If you were Fred Flintstone wouldn't you think this church is a fine edition for the city of Bedrock?

Nah. In fact, even the churches in Bedrock looked like real churches. Though Pebbles might have had a brainstorm while playing with her "Building Boulders".

Here is the building blocks structure that resulted in the above design:










All photos in this post courtesy of The Curt Jester

I would have thought that some of the crazy looking abstract structures that line some of the roadsides toward downtown Providence might have had some play in it too, though much of the designs on the Providence streets (Memorial Blvd., South Main St., and Charles St. come to mind) appear to be created using various scrap metals.

Now, never mind scrap metals. Imagine what kind of designs can be made out of garbage!

Peace,
BMP

2 comments:

lyn f. said...

Well, you know the expression - one man's trash is another man's treasure!

Thanks for the laugh.

Alabama said...

Whaaaaa? Is that for real? And please tell me it's not a Catholic church.