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Short-Order Bike Racks

Can you figure out what each of these fanciful bike racks is supposed to represent?

On the west side of , tucked behind the colorful boxes for CityPages and the Star-Tribune, these four bike racks hide. According to staff at the East Harriet stalwart, a local artist—no-one can rememer his name—came by one day and offered to build some bike racks for .

Inspired by the , he chose to depict a coffee mug's handle, a fork, a knife and a spoon dripping with coffee.

So what's the coolest piece of public art in your neighborhood? Take a picture and upload it here before Monday morning. We'll compile them all into a slideshow next week.

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