Tire Sculptures by Betsabeé Romero

tire sculpture by Betsabeé Romero

Betsabeé Romero is a Mexican artist whose sculptural work focuses on the creative reuse of tires and other car parts. She studied art in Mexico City and Paris and has exhibited her work all over the world.
Continue reading



It’s 10 O’Clock, Do You Know Who Your City Is?: Chicago Carless takes on the visitor web sites for Chicago and Cincinnati and is not impressed by either.

Cincinnati Farm Program Could Be in Place by Spring: wow, people, this is amazing progress…

Mexico Tells Citizens to Swallow Their Gum: great advice from Ricardo Jaral, Mexico City’s “general in the war on discarded chewing gum.”

A New Name for Our Premier Waterway: Erik Baar wants to rename the East River the “Gotham Strait.”

Kevin James Named His Daughter Shea, As in Stadium: the guy from King of Queens named his daughter after the Mets’ Shea Stadium!

Go Behind the Scenes with Katelynn from ‘The Real World: Brooklyn’: “I think the communities band together because they are so accustomed to being the underdog, living on the fringes of society. They have created this support system, which was also tough to break into at first. Sort of like the mafia.”

Next Public Art Will Be Blowing in the Wind: the public art program in Indy is on a roll, with kinetic sculptures by George Rickey to follow the current Chakaia Booker exhibit.