Parking Meter Art by Mark Jenkins

By: Kyla Gutsche - Published:   Updated: May 10 2011 • References: storker.net & joshspear
In his latest display of public art, prankster artist Mark Jenkins has installed 'meter pops' throughout Washington. Instead of walking up to a parking meter, you might just find yourself walking up to an over-sized delicious-looking Popsicle.

The Meter Pop concept is positively delicious.

Check out Mark's site for a glimpse of more Meter Pops!

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