I’ve been putting off posting this picture because I forgot where in Brooklyn I took it, but screw it. I like the sunlight and shadows that bounce around various surfaces.
From Meeker Avenue, Greenpoint.
I just can’t seem to escape these abstract minimalist paintings from my childhood appearing on all the walls around me, like here on Apollo Street, Greenpoint.
I was walking down Bedford Avenue on Saturday and having a conversation with myself like, “Look at all the hip hipsters spilling out over the sidewalks, looking young and busy, I wonder if I blend in? Who hates these people, c’mon, fuck olde school Brooklyn people living in the fucking past.” Or something like that. I was talking to myself and taking pictures of people.
I love image manipulation apps on my iPhone.
Beginning from the bottom of this image it goes: counter top, plate, cheese with rind, red peppers, sliced chicken, lettuce.. it’s one of my signature salads after a couple swipes through the Decim8 App, which actually visually corrupts image files in all kinds of interesting ways. This time using the FOLD4RAP5 filter before going commando again with #nofilter using the image sharing application we all love called Instagram.
Pretty effin’ cool, eh? Do ya seen the demons???
My handle on Instagram is: polymicrospasm
The only thing better about owning enought sidewalk to park a car, is building your own garage around it. I’m totally jealous on Eckford Street, Greenpoint.
Here’s the view from the rooftop garden of Brooklyn Grange located on top of building number four in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. We buy their spring lettuce mix at the McGolrick Park’s Farmers Market on Sundays.
I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: Graffiti artists need to work for the city and make this construction mumbo jumbo more aesthetically pleasing for all of us.
From Nassau Avenue, Greenpoint.
From Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn.
Parrots from the front steps of an apartment on Frost Street, Brooklyn. I took this photo 2 months ago and thought I lost it. Well hallelujah, here it is.