Culture on the Cheap
One of the things I love about north Brooklyn is the manifold number of ways the citizens here visually express themselves. Sure, we may not have much in the way of public art— but that doesn’t mean there are not some real gems to be found here if one looks in the right places. If you do you’ll quickly learn that one need not have an art degree to create something truly memorable. It just requires a little imagination and preferably a large bay window. Case in point: this (what I presume to be) MemorialÂ Day tableau on Withers Street.
Let’s go in for a closer look!
A model of the Williamsburg Bridge replete with Christmas lights and a nine car pile-up!
This has got to be one of the most remarkable window displays I have ever seen. I will definitely make it a point to swing back by at night so I can see it lit up! If you have the opportunity swing by 153 Withers Street and check it out. Seeing is truly believing!
P.S.: Some of the more eagle-eyed among you might have noticed the vintage Fedders box!