Every morning before 6am there are random offerings of varieties of bread products that have been thrown, dumped and spread throughout McGolrick Park for the (improbable) benefit to the bird, rat and squirrel population that have been known to be morbidly obese. I’m in the park walking my dog.
These pictures hopefully take on a spatially abstract life beyond the documentation of littered bread.
Posted in Art, Greenpoint, Non-human Life
Tagged bread, feeding, feeding animals, Food, McGolrick, McGolrick Bread Park, parking, rats, squirrel
From Vandam Street on the western edge of Manhattan.
From Second Avenue, NYC.
From Sutton Street, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York, USA.
From Norman Avenue, Greenpoint.
I wonder if this painting from a Midtown garbage heap was used as a weapon for someone’s head to go through!
You know, like Terry Richardson’s or someone!
I’m going to tag over your stencil but apologize also. Wacky. From the UES.
From Russell Street, Greenpoint.
Hey is that a mid-century Edward Hopper painting??
No, just a reflection from the back of one of the several film studio trucks in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Posted in Art, Gadgets, Greenpoint
Tagged Art, Early Sunday Morning, Edward Hopper, film, French films, painting, red bricks, Reflections, trucks
From Driggs Avenue.