I LOVE THE LAYERS OF COLOR
AND TEXTURE ON THIS BIG UGLY
WOODEN EYE SORE.
FROM KEAP STREET,
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
Posted in Graffiti, Junk Street, Williamsburg
Tagged Brooklyn, door, eyesore, flakes, gate, graffiti, KEAP STREET, layers, plywood, storefront, texture, Williamsburg
FROM CLAY STREET, GREENPOINT
FROM PROVOST STREET, BK
A very weathered trash / recycling sign from Green Street, Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Posted in Art, Greenpoint
Tagged aged, Bricks, gray, green orange, recycle, sign, sticker, texture, trash, vinyl, weathered
One man’s negligent paint spill is another man’s abstract texture fantasy microcosm.
From Norman Avenue, Greenpoint.
Posted in Greenpoint
Tagged cracks, mess, microcosm, mountains, paint, peaks, pretty, spilled paint, texture, valleys, white
Witnessed in a forest in Vermont.
From a spider web on a friend’s property in Brattleboro, Vermont.
Yes, October is Vermont Awareness month on Brooklyn Imbecile.
It’s these kinds of close up shots of varying texture, limited color palette and materials that I truly enjoy visually.
From an old house in Vermont.
Hello, folks! Welcome to a slightly different Brooklyn Imbecile!
I’ve been wanting bigger pictures, but less of them; cutting out most widgets and less white blankness. I hope you like the change.
The picture above is the tile floor of where a bio-medical freezer sat in a lab from 1995 until last week, when I bought a new five degree Celsius deli-style fridge for my daytime job in New York City.
Posted in Art, Gadgets, Manhattan, Non-human Life
Tagged bio, bio-medical, ceiling, chapel, floor, freezer, medical, mold, sistine, texture