You might be able to see this marvelous installation before it comes down this weekend. In the sunlight, the envelopes catch the light and seem to float in the air. The artist is Spencer Merolla and the location is The Glass House, a small outpost of the Invisible Dog Gallery, on Bergen Street near the F Train stop.
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Yeah, we’re very cool in Brooklyn, as you’ve heard. But when there’s a TV series shooting in a central location, we crowd the sidewalks and wait for a small glimpse of a star or any little bit of entertainment action. (They were filming Homeland and there was nothing to see!)
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Green means go. Take a chance on a swell fella. Love’s in the stars today. Or, you could try the Magic 8 Ball again, see what it has to say.
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It’s surprising, but when you look at this sign, it’s still not clear where the palm reader is. I think they mean 2nd floor.
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This big smile is from a subway ad on which people are talking about how they saw something suspicious and reported it to the police. They are happy to be good citizens. The message: we must remain vigilant (even though suspicious objects are innocuous almost 100% of the time). You never know.
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Sorry, can’t give you a better answer about this guy. It’s all a game of chance. You could always ask again. See more on Etsy. Click here!
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