Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical

tourism. yay!

For months I had been seeing a cow sculpture with an MBTA map painted on it in South Station.  I was reminded of MooseFest (Vermont) but didn't think much of it.  However, it's actually part of Cow Parade.  (And the MBTA cow has been moved to Park St. and in South Station now is a Trojan Cow -- fake wood and gold, no condoms).

The official website has photos, but trijinx for the win sent me a site which has photos of the cows in their actual sites and categorized by the area of town they are in.

I had only seen the South Station one and the two by Park St., but last night when Jonah and I were going to get dinner in the Prudential we passed by "Make Way for Calflings."  So much love.  And waiting for his train after the play we walked around a bit and saw a whole slew (some better than others -- and I feel like I must be missing a cultural reference with the name "Matilda" but I can't think of what it is).

I am so pleased that they will be up all summer and have decided that I must take any out-of-town visitor to see some of them.  I mean, unless you really don't want to.  (I can just hear Kate.)
Tags: boston love, street art: cows on parade

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