Month: April 2015

04.30.15 tiny


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Tiny clawfoot restored and waiting for installation (yes, I do live with bathtubs strewn about the house basically all the time).


04.29.15 stoop


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Elizabeth is back in town! Impromptu stoop party to celebrate. With Nicky, Callie, and Byron.


04.28.15 mysterious


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My grandma really got around. These stamps are both mysterious and amazing, given that she was raised in a tent in the hinterlands of Washington state and worked in a gas station her entire life.


04.27.15 world


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Remnants of the 1964-65 (sort of) World’s Fair. Queens, NY.


04.27.15 art


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Queens NYC


04.27.15 cemetery


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Calvary Cemetery Queens NY


04.26.15 graffiti


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04.26.15 we


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04.24.15 system


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Byron saying smart stuff about design & technology + his work with Tauba Auerbach and David Reinfurt. 30 Macon Street, Brooklyn.


04.23.15 suitable


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It is more difficult than you might imagine to restore a house (as opposed to, for instance, renovating a house). This bathtub was parked in a room far too small to accommodate the size; out it goes to make way for a suitable replacement.