In Iron Man 3, he visits Viscaya in Miami. It’s no big deal…I have a torn looking boat in my backyard that was built.
When you are out of cash, please remember to come to this ATM machine to withdraw some. That is fantasically realistic art right there.
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Urban-scapes of Macau and Hong Kong respectively. Real estate is so scarce - people are living like sardines in a can.
Wandering around Williamsburg last weekend and suddenly came upon this piece. Apparently, Mr. Ronald McDonald has something to show all of us. Sassy and very adult ;)
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Folks of Macau.
Photo 1: This boy was quite good at playing and entertaining himself - running around the plaza outside of the Maritime Museum. I was entertained watching him entertain himself. It’s lovely to see that these kids still know how to keep themselves occupied without electronics.
Photo 2 & 3: Taken while walking in the central area of Macau. There are no high-paying jobs here…everyone is in a blue-collar business. Hard-working folks in 100+degree weather. Props.
Photo 4: This man selling almond cakes had the most attitude just standing there in his hot pink Michael Jackson t-shirt smoking a ciggie. #keepswagging
Finally I got around to sifting through the images taken during my Hong Kong, Macau trip around the same time last year. This was taken during a trip to Tai Ho - a tiny little fishing village near the outskirts of Hong Kong. It’s known for their fresh seafood…unfortunately, I got there too late to really enjoy the food as I only got to spend about 4 hours in the village. These folks clearly don’t understand the concept of working beyond the requisite 9 to 5.
Walked by this in Williamsburg last weekend.
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Another piece of street art residing on the side of Brooklyn Fox’s building. Would love it if someone could give me more information about this but for the moment, bask in the lovely-ness that is this building mural.
Geometric shapes and compositions are coming back in style in a big way.