Jean-Paul Sartre Meets Knickerbocker Avenue

February 1, 2008 by
Filed under: Articles of Fedderization, Bushwick 

Every time I think I have seen it all (in the way of curious and repulsive architecture) something reminds me I haven’t.

Case in point:

White Stripes

This is by far one of the ugliest things I have ever seen.

Jimmy Legs writes regarding this post:

Bushwick is lousy with da chrome. i especially like it when they pair the shiny gates with a couple of plaster eagles or lions. classy!

No Exit

I like it when they pair chrome with a fire exit fifteen (plus) feet above street level. Break a leg or burn to death? There’s a decision I’d prefer not to make.

Miss Heather


2 Comments on Jean-Paul Sartre Meets Knickerbocker Avenue

  1. rowan on Fri, 1st Feb 2008 9:51 am
  2. Gah! Is someone afraid of a wrecking ball? Or SCUD missiles?

  3. rexlic on Fri, 1st Feb 2008 1:57 pm
  4. Finally, after years spent watching cartoons and sitcoms, an opportunity to actually utter these words in real life: “Watch out for that first step–it’s a lulu!”

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