Parking lot find.

I have seen this minivan many times in the downtown Minneapolis ramp where I park when I go to work. Finally took the time to get some photos for the blog.



Anyone who has ever sponged a wall — or studied a sponged wall in the restroom of the restaurant where you were having dinner (in the restaurant, not the rest room) — knows how difficult it is to keep the sponging consistent all the way to the edge of the wall. 

Look at what a great job they did on this car:


Of course, the question you are all asking is, Why? Why would anyone do this?

To that I answer, Perhaps to provide blog fodder for me?

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0 Responses to Parking lot find.

  1. Soxanne says:

    How kind of them to provide you with great blog fodder!

  2. Are you sure it’s painted? Around here, there are lots of cars and buses with “bus wrap”, which looks like paint, but is actually a printed plastic wrap applied to the vehicle.

  3. Kym says:

    My first question was . . . Why? But I am impressed with the even quality of the sponging. 🙂

  4. Vicki says:

    That’s pretty darn fugly, but great blog fodder!

  5. cursingmama says:

    Wow… I have nothing more I can even say

  6. Erika says:

    At first I thought it was covered with one of those Magic Eye paintings.

  7. Cookie says:

    I was thinking some kind of 3D something or something. Hmmmm…

  8. Carrie#K says:

    That’s about the only reason I can come up with! Wild.

  9. lisa says:

    I think it’s absolutely FABULOUS!!!

  10. gayle says:

    Certainly solves the problem of finding your car in a crowded parking lot…

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