After everybody left for the weekend, The Lad and I went on to spend a day in Philadelphia just for shits and giggles, had a walk about and had a nice three martini lunch. But the one thing that caught our eye was an art installation that just turned a year old. Philadelphia has kept this a hidden street art exhibition. The work is of the talent, and I might add handsome, Miguel Antonio Horn who placed it there, with essentially no fanfare at a garage alley on Cuthbert Street between 12 and 13th streets. It was pretty cool, and I can't believe I have never seen it before this. The sculpture is suspended 20 feet over an alley, with two groups of entangled bodies grapple with the task to sustain or hold up a bridge that spans the width of the street, that connects to different parts of a parking garage. The artist I read made the art exhibit from connecting thousands of large metal 3D cutouts welded and bolted together. What I found neat was is that it appears to meticulously integrate into the existing buildings environment as part of the city's renown art program. From its interaction with its surroundings and scale on this tiny Philly alley to the detail, and vulnerability of these absolutely mesmerizing forms that make it up. Just WOW! Another reason I love walking Philly and looking and taking all in. The city is famous for art installations where you don't expect them.