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Art on Cows Brussels
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Art on Cows Brussels

In my weekend getaway to Brussels, I witnessed an unusual art exhibition: Art on Cows. The happy cows were spread across the entire city, with a bigger concentration in the Atomium area. I took several photos, because I thought the idea was cool. It seems many people thought it was cool, because I started to notice such colorful cows in Bucharest, then I met them in Switzerland, in Lugano.

Anyway, here are the cows I met in Brussels in the summer of 2003 (I can’t believe this was 15 years ago already):

The dressed-up cow
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The dressed-up cow (it seems her date has just arrived)

The shopping addict cow
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The shopping addict cow – this one was at the entrance of a big shopping gallery, probably waiting for the opening hour

The golden cow
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The golden cow – so glaring that my camera refused to focus

The judge cow
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The judge – justice above all!

Abstract pattern cow
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Abstract pattern cow

Purple cow
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Purple cow – so tired, it can’t stand anymore

Camouflage cow
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Camouflage cow

Still nature with plants and fish on cows
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Still nature with plants and fish on cows

The submarine
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The submarine – how fast do you think this one sinks?

The mad cow
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The Mad Cow (La Vache Folle) playing the horse for the little kid

The office cow
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The office cow

Just another green spotted one
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Just another green spotted cow – it looks like this one’s got a lot of milk

Simply grass
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Simply grass – this one was protected by a glass container

What do you think? Do you like this kind of art? Is it better than graffiti? Have you seen the cows elsewhere in the world?

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