Williamsburg Pay Phone Du Jour: Concerned Yet Indifferent


From Roebling Street.

Miss Heather

P.S.: This post goes out to Posterchild. It would appear I have become his muse.


In regards to the above opus he wrote:

In the course of researching this work, I discovered that machines like the one I’m describing already exist. They are known as “Reverse Vending Machines” and I think that they are an absolutely outstanding idea!

Special thanks to Miss Heather of New York Shitty for inspiring this piece; she wrote to me: “You should hit some of the pay phones in my hood. They’re usually employed as trash receptacles for empty fifths of vodka and/or brandy. Among other things.”

Thanks for getting me thinking about how people really use these payphones, and sorry that this didn’t make it’s way out to Greenpoint!

New York Shitty Street Art Du Jour: Freephone!

November 28, 2009 ·
Filed under: East Village, Manhattan, New York City, Street Art 


From Second Avenue at East 6 Street, East Village.

Miss Heather

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