The Treehouse + The Cave

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Saturday, August 27, 2005

Bushwick Disruptions

Bushwick Disruptions - Small
Please view the full image as well.

This appeared yesterday opposite our building (a converted knitting factory that houses a couple hundred artists (think 248 McKibben or 950 Hart)).

I think the hand behind it is likely that of a fellow loft-dweller, and not a resident of the transforming industrial ghetto that surrounds us. Consequently, the exact meaning of this script is a little lost on me. One thing's certain however, this neighborhood has never had a higher saturation of white, young, creatives. This is a high water mark.

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