Culture on the Cheap
Southside Degentrification Watch: Street Furniture Selections
Filed under: 11211, Street Furniture, Williamsburg, Williamsburg Brooklyn
Today I decided to take a walk to Grand Ferry Park. I do this when I need some peace and quiet (and believe you me, after all the Greenpoint Nazi/homophobia stuff I really needed it). In so doing I discovered some stellar pieces of street furniture. Here they are.
RIVER STREET RECLINERS
On a beatific day such as this, who wants to stay outdoors? Pop out those bucket seats and get some sun! Ingenious.
KENT AVENUE FUTON
I found this one to be absolutely breathtaking. This is because it smelled so fucking bad I was gasping for air! And now the piece de resistance…
SOUTH 1 STREET: ANNOTATED
If my memory serves me correctly this mattress has inhabited South 1st Street for about a month. Note the “No Dumping” sign in the background. So it goes. Anyhoo, in the elapsing time this item has been employed as an ad hoc public forum/chatroom.
Sleep’n on the street. Struglin.