Soldiers’ and Sailors Memorial Bridge, Harrisburg, PA.

Now called the State Street Bridge, this bridge serves as a memorial to those killed in World War I.  

It demonstrates Lawrie’s playfulness and creativity, in the way in which he transforms weapons, ammunition and military-themed tools of war, into beautiful graphic depictions of them.   Repetition creates pattern, transforming these everyday objects of combat to clever design schemes.  

Photo credits to Greg Harm for the Eagles, and S.B.Hacker for the bridge-frieze design images.  

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