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A Sampling of Seattle's Finest Public Art, Summer 2012 Edition

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It hasn't been long since we last visited Seattle's public art scene with a guide to the city, but this ever-changing land of ours makes some updates necessary from time to time. That's why we're bringing you the very latest public art from around the Sound (along with some old favorites we missed the first time). It'll come in handy when you take out-of-towners around this summer and want to look like you know your stuff.

Think we're still missing something? You're probably right. Send us your tips and we'll add to the map -- just hit the tipline at seattle@curbed.com.

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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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15. Ryan Henry Ward Dive Shop

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16. Olympic Sculpture Park

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17. Museum of Glass

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18. The Seventh Climate

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19. John T. Williams Honor Totem Pole

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20. Untitled, Downtown Manhole Covers

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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

15. Ryan Henry Ward Dive Shop

16. Olympic Sculpture Park

17. Museum of Glass

18. The Seventh Climate

19. John T. Williams Honor Totem Pole

20. Untitled, Downtown Manhole Covers