[Previous instalments in the ‘Scarves on Statues’ series can be found here]
There comes a time in the career of every great artist when enough is enough. There are no more nudes left to paint, no more saints to sculpt, no more soup cans to randomly arrange. No more porcelain to adorn, no more lost loves to write songs about, and no more car chases to choreograph.
And in my case, there really are no more fine works of New Zealand public art left to disrespect.
The time has come therefore for my football scarves to permanently retire from public life, and go back to their old job keeping my neck warm. That is, when they are not loafing around kerbsides looking lost and forlorn and pining for the good old days…
Categories: Scarves on Statues
A grassroots sports photography enthusiast based in Auckland, New Zealand, and a fan of the most magnificent football club on earth - A.S. Roma.