The City Museum of St. Louis, MO

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January 3, 2019

The City Museum of St. Louis

What gives the impression that this is going to be an unique experience? Could it be that the bannisters of the staircase are made of painted auto shock absorbers? This museum is one of found objects. Buildings long gone and torn down but their artistic architecture are saved on its walls. Walls made of bottles, printers' die cuts, mirrors, muffin tins, warming dishes, and old photographic slides. By the way the entire museum is a child's playground including the roof. Unique!

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Lou and Bonnie Janelle (LBJ) are career professionals who are currently pursuing life-long interests in photography and digital imaging techniques, respectively. 

 

 

 

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