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Does anyone has an idea about how I could improve this nomination? Depite having said that it's an artwork and at a public square, it still got rejected...
I would also say that this in not necessarily art. Do you have any information about this like "what is it?/who created it?/whats the meaning?"? This could make it art and/or historically/culturally interesting. If you resubmit it, I would try to do a picture from the top to give it a cool look for the visitors. For this, a selfiestick can help.
No, I don't have any info about the artwork right now. I haven't scearched but it's likely that it's an artwork. I only know it was tiled while building the street. Also saw that public squares are eligible, the squarr also has a use for kids to play at.
And about the picture, I also had the idea to do that but I will when I re-submit
I have a lot of success wir official names and titles, which I can proove via weblinks I pur in the extra information. Thats really helpful for the reviewers and also gives them a good feeling about your submission that you did some research and some interesting information about things even locals dont know about.
I didn't find anything, but I found some info about my other nomination that got rejected. Have a look at this, hopefully you could give some advice!
That article is in Dutch and says: Colored bricks are walking like "convetti" through the neighbourhood.
Idk how the rainbow tile would fall under any of the criteria for acceptance. What do you think it falls under and why for acceptance criteria? To me it looks like someone drew chalk on random bricks in a parking lot
I would say: Unique architecture. Cause it's made while building the street and they also say that it walks like confetti, so they were aware about that they made it unique
Your supporting information doesn't help at all to explain why that's a valid nomination. Rework the photos and the description.
In my opinion he second one is not going to get accepted no matter how good a picture you manage to take.
For the first one. Even if you can't find who made the eye mosaic, try to find out when the square was constructed. Make it seem more than simple, generic landscaping. A quick mock up;
"Eye mosaic constructed during the 20xx renovation of the X square. Designer unknown. Local meeting place, referred simply as the eye. "Meet you at the eye (in Dutch)."
Also perhaps use the name of the square in the title? Something that gives a web search result of the place, perhaps even a photo of the square/mosaic?
Good luck and prepare to try several times.
Why can't I try, the confetti street has an unique architecture
Naturally you can try, but personally(!) I find the odds low. Selling the sparingly placed, faded bricks as a "Confetti" brick road installation is hard even with the article link.
ps. If you try again, choose a place that doesn't look like a parking lot for your support photo.
Its like in the whole street so I can also try at the other side
Also if its in the street there will be concern over pedestrian access. If it was a sidewalk its different. But if the street is meant for driving cars thats also a concern
Have a look at this side, theres pedestrian acces, but how do I make the picture? ;/