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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Painted Skull and Eyeball, in the East Village

Graffiti, nyc
Photo by myself on Bond Street and Bowery, in the East Village.

Two large and cryptic illustrations of a skull and an eyeball adorned what looked like garage doors.

Bond Street is also known as Second Street, for whatever reason.

The flu is going around here and everywhere else. All you hear on the subway and sidewalks is people coughing and snuffling.

My fiance Mark has been laid out with chills and a fever. Just a reminder to everyone to get a flu shot if you haven't already. I hear that the shot is very effective against this year's strain.

Related posts: The Mark of the Quel Beast, near Bowery Street, The Sign of the White Rabbit, on Houston Street, and The Rat Pack, on Avenue C.


SRQ said...

They've got their eye on you. A bit creepy, especially along the sidewalk...but, that's just me. Maybe this artwork would be better on the side of a warehouse with less foot traffic.

s.c said...

Nice murals. I hope the flue shot will work. We both had it and still got the flue.