Even When They Protest
Is there anywhere in the world better known for it’s art than Italy? Hardly.
Yet, at one of Italy’s most photographed spots in Rome, the Spanish stairs, a protester kept the Italian tradition of beauty alive.
Down, down, down the steps came 250,000 brightly colored little balls. According to the activist, each ball represented a lie told by a politician.
Is this art? Well, that depends on who you ask.According to one tourist who witnessed the protest, “Even when they protest, the Italians make something beautiful!”
Sure beats holding signs and chanting, doesn’t it?