Archive for January, 2011
There is a band in Madrid called Shoefiti. Here’s a link to their Facebook page. And here is a live performance of Moby Dick: And here is a recent blog post about the band.
Published by admin on January 7th, 2011 tagged Shoefiti Mentions | 1 Comment »
TuttiFreshy has some cool shoefiti paintings, and a solid Johnny Cash / Eazy E mashup on his site. He also takes on shoefiti theories: A shoefiti artist will wait until the middle of the night to fling a pair of tied shoes over a low-hanging utility wire. With any luck, the shoes will wrap themselves [...]
Published by admin on January 6th, 2011 tagged Shoefiti Theories | Comment now »
via @woodandleather on Twitter, who’s bio says they are based in Finland and Lebanon. This looks a lot more like Lebanon than Finland, but could be elsewhere. Perhaps on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, California.
Published by admin on January 5th, 2011 tagged Shoe Sightings | Comment now »
Tania from the blog Myrtle and Eunice snapped a few pictures of shoefiti in Melbourne Australia in December, and offered some thoughts on who she thinks may be behind those shoes hanging from a wire down under. No, she doesn’t think this is drug related: Anyway, no straight-thinking dealer type is likely to lurk and [...]
Published by admin on January 4th, 2011 tagged Shoefiti Theories | Comment now »
A German journalist interviewed me about shoes hanging from powerlines, and asked if I had any interesting stories about theories I’ve heard. Click here to read what a prostitute once told me about shoefiti in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Published by admin on January 3rd, 2011 tagged Shoefiti Theories | 2 Comments »
According to commenter, Robin, an old shoe tree in Nevada near Cold Springs has been cut down on December 30th, 2010. Lots of pictures of this famous tree can be found on Google Images here. Update (Jan 4): The Washington Post has picked up on this story. Vandals did it.