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The Fairy Doors of Ann Arbor are a series of tiny doors that are a type of installation art found in the city of Ann Arbor in the U.S. state of Michigan. The first public fairy door appeared outside Sweetwaters Coffee and Tea in 2005, installed by Jonathan B. Wright, a teacher of graphic design technologies. There are ten public Ann Arbor fairy doors, but the idea has also spread to other nearby towns.
Fairy door at Selo Shevel Gallery in Ann Arbor (photo credit: Dwight Burdette/Wikimedia)
Fairy door at Peaceable Kingdom, 210 South Main Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan (photo credit: Dwight Burdette/Wikimedia)
Fairy door at Peaceable Kingdom Ann Arbor Michigan close-up (photo credit: Dwight Burdette/Wikimedia Commons)
Fairy door at Red Shoes, 332 South Ashley, Ann Arbor, Michigan ((photo credit: Dwight Burdette / Wikimedia)
9 thoughts on “The Tiny Fairy Doors of Ann Arbor”
A few photos full of fantasy. The views are great as always.
My childhood hometown does this. Texarkana, AR/TX
What a charming idea!!!
I’m going to make one.
Brilliant concept. Many thanks, eMorphes.