Archive for December, 2010
Thanks to a shoefiti reader at UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) named Sonja for sending over the above shoefiti shot she took while visiting the Little Five Points area of Atlanta. No work on what flippers on a powerline stand for.
Published by admin on December 31st, 2010 tagged Shoe Sightings | Comment now »
A former George Washington University student sent in this explanation for what a shoe tree near campus meant: At GWU, shoefiti meant that two frat brothers just bedded the same woman in the same night. There was a rather impressive shoefiti tree at 21st and G, but it appears to have been cleaned up.
Published by admin on December 30th, 2010 tagged Shoefiti Theories | Comment now »
Thanks to a Shoefiti reader from Germany named Benedikt for sending in a set of shoefiti shots he took in Havanna, Cuba this summer. Shoefiti makes the world a smaller place.
Published by admin on December 27th, 2010 tagged Shoe Sightings | Comment now »
In a recent comment on Shoefiti.com, a police officer named Jim Wheeler shared his thoughts on the meaning of shoes hanging from powerlines: Being a Police Officer for over 20 yrs. and 18 as a K-9 Handler, narcotics interdiction officer for the last 8. I can attest to the tennis shoe theory.I can of course [...]
Published by admin on December 26th, 2010 tagged Shoefiti Theories | Comment now »
Parell de sabates i parell d’ocells., originally uploaded by mariadelmar.. Shoefiti strikes Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain, in this great shot from mariadelmar. Cool seeing the birds above the shoes.
Published by admin on December 26th, 2010 tagged General | Comment now »
Niche Investment Network offers a run-down of signs that a mobile home park is overridden with crime, including shoes hanging from power lines: Shoes don’t grow on power lines. Have you ever noticed a pair of tennis shoes hanging from a power line? That is the universal sign for “drugs sold here”. When someone is [...]
Published by admin on December 13th, 2010 tagged Shoefiti Theories | Comment now »
A perfect gift for the shoefiti enthusiast in your life. Bryan D. Gryphon has put together a photo book covering the shoefiti scene in Columbus, Ohio. Check it out at Lulu.