San Diego’s Newest Monument

“Unconditional Surrender,” a statue version of the famous Times Square photograph showing a lip-locked pair celebrating the end of World War II, is soon to become a permanent part of San Diego’s waterfront. This temporary painted statue has been sent to New Jersey to be made into a more permanent bronze version. The new and improved bronze statue should be back in San Diego sometime in December. (Hmmm, I kind of liked the cheesy painted version.)

4 responses to “San Diego’s Newest Monument”

  1. avatar Tony says:

    Happy July 4th to everyone in the States.

  2. avatar Greeneyes says:

    Tony, I agree with you, the bronze version will not be the same as this painted statue.

  3. God bless America and tasteless art.

    • avatar Tony says:

      I personally think it’s spectacular. Of course, I also love Luxor in Vegas, so who am I to judge? 🙂

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