Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Play Me I'm Yours

Anyone else think this is neat?

Street pianos are appearing in cities across the world. Located in skate
parks, industrial estates, laundrettes, precincts, bus shelters and train
stations, outside pubs and football grounds, the pianos are for any member of
the public to enjoy and claim ownership of.

Who plays them and how long they remain is up to each community. The
pianos act as sculptural, musical, blank canvases that become a reflection of
the communities they are embedded into. Many pianos are personalised and
decorated.


Could Portland handle something like this?