Greenpoint Street Furniture Du Jour: Artfully Discarded

April 3, 2009 by
Filed under: Greenpoint Magic 


I’m not too sure why the person (presumably someone from Ladder 106, where these fine specimens of street seating were found) who discarded these comfy chairs saw fit to paint yellow stripes on them.


But let’s just be happy he (or she) did; they coordinate very nicely with the curb. Whoever you are mystery person, BRAVO!

Miss Heather


One Comment on Greenpoint Street Furniture Du Jour: Artfully Discarded

  1. bleibtreu on Sun, 5th Apr 2009 3:00 pm
  2. Really the only reason to do that would be to intentionally make the furniture unusable. I’ve been told, for example, that some department stores require employees to damage any discarded products with paint to discourage “dumpster diving.”

    Just out on a corner like that, though, these days, it has to make one think “bed bugs.”

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