You’ve probably seen one of these Salvador Dali-meets-Dr. Seuss installations poking out somewhere around town: Most made out of sticks, tree trunks, bamboo shoots, and gobs of paint, they’re the work of Lee Littlefield, who died of complications from lung cancer at his Houston home yesterday. This “pop-up,” as the sculptures came to be known, can be seen on the north side of westbound I-10. It’s just across all those lanes from a periscope-like pink one that seems to be straining to get a peak of the polo grounds at Memorial Park:
Do you see it?
Below: Taken by Robert Boyd, this photo shows another “pop-up” — this one at Littlefield’s home in Independence Heights:
- Lee Littlefield, Houston Sculptor and “Pop-Up” Artist, Has Died [Glasstire]
- Mysterious North Houston Art Colony Discovered [The Great God Pan is Dead]
Photos: Robert Boyd (yard); Allyn West (freeway)