Now that it’s warm and nice out in Montreal, more and more art installations are popping up all over the city. One in particular that is quite pretty in pink is the Pink Balls. These Pink Balls are designed by an architect and there is a total of 170,000 of them. The balls are suspended over 1 kilometer over Sainte-Catherine East in the Gay Village. This area happens to be a pedestrian mall, where the street is closed off to cars during the summer season.
Here are my pictures of our stroll under these Pink Balls.
Another graffiti art captured during our walk.
This is completely different from the Pink Balls, but various pianos can be found throughout the city for people to play with during the summer. This is another one of Montreal’s interactive art installation like the musical swings. This one, in particular, is in the heart of downtown. On our walk to the store yesterday, we spotted another one in our neighborhood as well.