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The Art of (KC Structures)

KCTV5 Tower: 125 E. 31st St., Kansas City, Missouri. (Brad Austin | Flatland)
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Our photography series, “The Art of (KC),” brings you beautiful, thought-provoking and compelling images of what makes our city tick.

There’s no doubt Arrowhead Stadium will be rocking this weekend in what may be the most anticipated home opener since Joe Montana put on his No. 19 jersey. With that in mind, we turn our artistic eye to other structures in and around the Kansas City area, ranging from the beauty of The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts to the largest freestanding tower in North America (pictured above).

The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts: 1601 Broadway Blvd., Kansas City, Missouri. (Brad Austin | Flatland)

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema: 1400 Main St., Kansas City, Missouri. (Brad Austin | Flatland)

H&R Block World Headquarters: 1301 Main St., Kansas City, Missouri. (Brad Austin | Flatland)

Prairiefire: 5661 W. 135th St., Overland Park, Kansas. (Brad Austin | Flatland)

Zahner: 1400 E. Ninth St., Kansas City, Missouri. (Brad Austin | Flatland)

We invite you to get out your phone, your camera, your sketchbook — whatever — and let us see your POV.

— Follow us @FlatlandKC and share your interpretations with #ArtofKC.

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