On the street, we walk, the survivors. Along side us are the workers of the fish market, in boots, jeans, t-shirts, aprons. I ask where the ferry is.
“Back in hell. Just turn around, and hang a left in the middle of hell.”
Resilience after 9-11—it’s about what happens in the mind as much as on the ground.
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The layers are thick and deep in this story. Expect things to change. Often. Unexpectedly. Yet precisely the way they must. Once you know enough.
a selection of Berlin street art that’s not on the wall
Street Art around NYC—Recent Finds in Brooklyn, Chinatown and Little Italy (Winter, 2019)
Popping up here, again, to show that I haven’t died. And to excuse myself by revealing the several irons I have in the fire. And playing with fire is what’s been keeping me quiet, hypnotize by the jumping flames. (Anyone who remembers me from Boy Scouts would know I’m a bit of a pyro.) Okay […]
This is why people watch movies. Or read books. Consume anything with a story in it:
Street art from November, 2013 in Seattle and January of 2019 in NYC. Old and new.
ended by suggesting a ‘book doctor’.