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Word On The Street

“i went looking for a reflection of myself in a museum, couldn’t find any. so i decided to hang here…

the philosophy of every street artist.


“faulkner says relax.
bogart and siegel, bushwick


harrison street, bushwick


“i want to fly with your paper crows.”


“the deeds were done and done again as my life is done in watermelon sugar.”


“can’t pay bills…”


“let me beat my drum inna babylon.”


“life is made of years that mean nothing, and moments that mean it all.”
north 5th, williamsburg


north 5th


“to define a deity is to defy it.”
outside Jefferson subway


“leisurely acts cry senseless.”


“speak softly, unwind tightly.


choose to feel ms. used”


“don’t let swift charlatans permeate….and then there were none.”


morgan street, bushwick


“the greatest loss in life isn’t death, the greatest loss is what dies in us while we live.” -Norman Cousins


eat fruit and die.


north 4th street and bedford avenue, williamsburg


the bowery


inside the Clinton-Washington subway platform


bedford and north 13th, williamsburg


bedford and north 13th, williamsburg

One response

  1. I love Brooklyn. It has so much to say.

    My favorite is “I want to fly with your paper crows.” How romantic!

    January 1, 2012 at 10:10 AM

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