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The Heidelberg Project is an open-air art environment in the heart of an urban community on Detroit’s East Side. Tyree Guyton, founder and artistic director, uses everyday, discarded objects to create a two block area full of color, symbolism, and intrigue.
Good to see, but that's about it.
Tim Burke is a sweet man. Say hi if you get the chance.
Fun, funky and perhaps a little silly.
Urban decay turned into an internationally acclaimed art project. Located on Detroit's eastside,
MIND-BLOWING. a must see if you're in Detroit and have any interest in art.
Amazing! Must see. Go in the house that says open. It's okay....
heartwarming art that triumphs over adversity
An interesting attempt to turn trash into art.
The view of all the art.
Stop by another Detroit landmark, the GM Renaissance Center, after you enjoy the art of the Heidelberg Project: http://www.gmrencen.com/Home.axis
When one uses art to gives his view on what has been happening to the city, you get the Heidelberg Project.
Now more then ever Detroit needs you to save the ART ❤please give this holiday season 😉
This place is worth visiting. Take your camera.
The most amazing public art I've ever seen.
A must see.
You might see Tyree, so stop to chat with the artist!
Talk to them! We got quite the history lesson... Detroit has had is share if problems.
Located in the McDougall-Hunt neighborhood north of Detroit's historic Black Bottom area The Heidelberg Project draws people from all over and is a popular attraction to tourists and artists.
Walk around the 25 year-old public art project and feel like you've wandered into some sort of bizarre alternate reality -- the kind Tim Burton would've directed.
Go on a tour with the lovely Jessi K.
Created in 1968 by artist Tyree Guyton and his grandfather Sam Mackey.
support good cause but poor artistry here
Great photo ops. Don't forget to stay safe. And watch ur surroundings.
This place is REALLY worth a visit. Very intriguing and thought provoking.
An outdoor art environment visited by thousands each year-- a true microcosm of the beauty and trials of Detroit
fun. checkout the classroom