Irish artist Maser has recently transformed an abandoned gas station into a pop art masterpiece. As motorists know, abandoned gas stations are usually eyesores, but this fill up joint in Limerick City, Ireland is now a vibrant, decorative structure that is guaranteed to grab attention from passersby.
Maser calls this gas station installation 'No.27 – A Nod To Ed Ruscha', and it serves as a kind of homage to talented pop artist Ed Ruscha.
This lively installation, like most of Maser's artworks, combines something old with something visually interesting. Maser likes to take familiar things and change the way that people perceive them. This once boring gas station has been brought to life with bright colors and eye-catching geometric patterns.
This abandoned gas station art installation will likely become a popular tourist attraction.
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