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A Sampling of Seattle's Finest Public Art

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Seattle's well-known for being artsy and green and hippie-dippies and whatever, but for all the teasing that comes with it we get one totally awesome plus. (Art, duh.) That's why it's not at all surprising that we've assembled this ridiculous list of Seattle's finest public art. Yes, we know, it's incomplete. Yes, we probably missed your favorite piece of art. Yes, we're sorry. But what can you expect from a real estate blog based in a city that's ripe for the picking when it comes to weird public art? Cut us some slack!

In any case, here's a lovely map of all the artiness, spread from up in Ballard and Fremont to down in Pioneer Square and the International District. Got some more suggestions? We'll gladly add them to this map -- just send your tips to seattle@curbed.com, tell us why you like your piece o' artsiness, and be on your way.

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1. Giant Red Popsicle

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2. International Fountain

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3. Neototems of the Whales

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4. Dancers' Series

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5. Olympic Iliad

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6. Hammering Man

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7. The Fin Project

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8. Sundial

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9. Urban Garden

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10. Bell Harbor Beacon

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11. Angie's Umbrella

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12. Lenin

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13. Fremont Troll

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14. Waiting for the Interurban

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1. Giant Red Popsicle

2. International Fountain

3. Neototems of the Whales

4. Dancers' Series

5. Olympic Iliad

6. Hammering Man

7. The Fin Project

8. Sundial

9. Urban Garden

10. Bell Harbor Beacon

11. Angie's Umbrella

12. Lenin

13. Fremont Troll

14. Waiting for the Interurban