Archive for the 'Shoe Sightings' Category
What does it mean?
Published by admin on November 6th, 2011 tagged Shoe Sightings | 1 Comment »
Shoefiti videos have been popping up on YouTube, including this one that goes through the whole process from tying the shoes through multiple shoe hanging attempts:
Published by admin on July 13th, 2011 tagged Shoe Sightings | 1 Comment »
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 »
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 »
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 »
Kat Baybrooke at Beyond Robson took a look around her new Vancouver neighbourhood and determined that it was eccentric; partly based on the presence of shoes hanging from powerlines. And I found that there was actually a lot going on. Children played on handmade, wooden swings and slides that had been deliberately left in ‘common [...]
Published by admin on June 11th, 2010 tagged Shoe Sightings | 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 »
Southern California is definitely not immune to shoefiti. For example, here are two pairs of shoes hanging out in Pacfic Beach, enjoying the sun:
Published by admin on April 22nd, 2010 tagged Shoe Sightings | Comment now »
John Hoff of Minneapolis points out on his Adventures of Johnny Northside blog that at least one shoefiti “artist” has lowered the bar on the game by hanging shoes from a “guy wire” rather than way up on a crossing power line. Are standards for shoefiti slipping, or is this an isolated incident?
Published by admin on November 30th, 2009 tagged Shoe Sightings | Comment now »
High Society by *Oldboy1985 on deviantART As the photographer Oldboy1985 explains, “In Williamsburg, even the shoes that hang from powerlines are hipsters.”