Who says the east coast has no mighty redwoods?

Stephen Baker

Springtime in the Berkshires, and I see a majestic tree towering above the scrawny pines. Naturally, it was a cell-phone tower in a silly disguise. It's not a bad idea that these towers should be dressed up. But why not make them beautiful sculpture instead of phony trees? Think of all the artists who could make something interesting out of 100 vertical feet of tubing. The next Henry Moores or Alberto Giacomettis could have their way with thousands of towers. They could turn our digital hinterlands into 21st century sculpture gardens.

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