Archive for May, 2010
shoes over seymour looking west, originally uploaded by toddsieling. Shoes hang from a powerline over Seymour street in downtown Vancouver. Some of North America’s most expensive real estate sits in the background only blocks away.
Published by admin on May 10th, 2010 tagged General | Comment now »
A home buyer posing a question on Zillow’s Real Estate Advice boards asks what can be done now that they’ve purchased a home only to find out that it’s next door to a drug house: We bought a home in Bay Area. CA last May. Police came to our neighbors home last month and arrested [...]
Published by admin on May 8th, 2010 tagged Shoefiti Theories | 2 Comments »
Sneaker Tossing Powerlines May 05, 20101-3, originally uploaded by stevendepolo. A pair of Puma sneakers swing from a powerline on a clear day in Grand Rapids, Michigan on May 05, 2010.
Published by admin on May 6th, 2010 tagged General | Comment now »
Hanging shoes, originally uploaded by T6 Photo. Shoes hang above a Barcelona street in this photo from T6 Photo. For more shots from T6, visit t6pksphoto.com.
Published by admin on May 5th, 2010 tagged General | Comment now »
A book review of the book Miracle Boy at Emerging Writers notes the symbolism of shoes hanging from a powerline: I thought the key turning point in the story was when Lizard’s focus shifts from his own discomfort seeing the shoes dangling from the wire to wondering how Miracle Boy felt about the shoes: He [...]
Published by admin on May 5th, 2010 tagged Shoefiti Mentions | Comment now »
Shoefiti meets Graffiti in Northeast Minneapolis where a pair of spray paint cans have been tied together and tossed over a powerline.
Published by admin on May 4th, 2010 tagged Shoe Sightings | 1 Comment »
shoefiti, originally uploaded by asianz. Kensington Market in Toronto has been hit with shoefiti hanging below ominous clouds.
Published by admin on May 1st, 2010 tagged General | Comment now »
Blue and Red Shoes, originally uploaded by toddsieling. A pair of blue and red shoes dangle from a powerline in Vancouver. Could this be a remnant of Olympic revelry?