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    Laure Joliet for The New York Times . . . Kenny Jr. said he uses the huge, colorful installations as billboards. He depends on donations from visitors, and the largess of neighbors who give him their old junk, to create more art. via New York Times

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    Why not: Crazy sculptures in the front yard.

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