by July 21, 2011 at 10:30 am 2,138 1 Comment

Peter Krsko, Sculpture, 15th Street NW, Corcoran Street NW

15th and Corcoran Streets NW: “Pinky Swear” by artist DECOY is part of the Albus Cavus artist collective’s Give Me A Vote project. (Luis Gomez Photos)

From Jana Petersen and Matt Rhoades

Hands up, Borderstanis! Have you seen “Pinky Swear,” the large blue hand — bright red heart at its center with the words “Give Me a Vote” scribbled at its base — on the corner of 15th Street NW and Corcoran Streets? Assuredly, if you’ve walked south on 15th street or east on Corcoran, you must not have missed it — especially since the weather’s been nice (this week aside…).

15th and Corcoran Streets NW: “Pinky Swear” is an installation by DECOY, a local artist who is active in the community about teaching young people and painting murals – check out her blog.

“Pinky Swear” is part of the Give Me A Vote campaign by Albus Cavus, an artist collective whose projects “are connected to the idea of creating public spaces that are healthy, unique and nurturing to the community,” said Peter Krsko, a founder of Albus Cavus. In an attempt to create art that connects to our community, “Give Me a Vote” aims to educate folks about D.C.’s lack of voting rights in Congress. There are currently 30 of the sculptures around the city.



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