San Francisco (AP)-In a true pop-up art form, a nearly 7-foot-tall boulder made of gingerbread mysteriously appeared on the top of a mountain in San Francisco on Christmas Day and collapsed the next day.
The three-sided tower is connected by icing and is decorated with a few drops of glue. The city was delighted when news of the city’s existence spread on Friday.
During his morning jog, Ananda Sharma told KQED-FM When he found a position he thought was an important position, he climbed to Corona Heights Park to watch the sunrise. He said he smelled gingerbread before he realized it.
“It makes me smile. I want to know who did it and when I put it there,” he said.
People trek to the park throughout the day, even if light rain falls on temporary edible artworks. In a video posted online, someone took a bite of gingerbread.
Phil Ginsburg, the head of the city’s Department of Recreation and Parks, told KQED that the site “looks like a good place to bake” and confirmed that his employees will “not break the cookies until they are broken into pieces. tear down”.
It was completed on Saturday morning, which happens to be a tribute to the luminous metal boulder that was discovered and quickly disappeared in the Red Rock Desert in Utah last month. When it evoked the movie “2001: A Space Odyssey” and caused speculation about its otherworldly origin, it became a topic of fascination all over the world.
The creator of the Utah Monument remains anonymous and has not obtained permission to plant hollow stainless steel objects on public land.
A similar metal structure was found on a hill in northern Romania and quickly disappeared. A few days later, city officials said that another boulder was found at the peak of a trail in Atascadero, California, but was later demolished by a group of young people.