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For those of us who remember how trendy the whole zodiac thing was in the 1970s, it’s fun to see it pop up now and again. Here’s an example, a stained and engraved zodiac pattern on concrete in a Chinese-style restaurant called Temptasian in Vernon, British Columbia.
The simple yet powerful design of this memorial included the piece of wreckage from the World Trade Center and a map of the Northeast coastline of the United States on concrete pavement that approaches the tattered beam. The map identifies the coastline and the three crash sites of that dreadful date.
A design from the front of a jewelry case in the owner’s family was painstakingly re-created in concrete and enclosed by a circular border.
A sophisticated design on a concrete floor made by cutting a series of straight lines into the floor.
Discovering the right tools and techniques can make pictures in concrete very fun and rewarding.
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