"POETIC POSTER DECAY"

Monday, November 4, 2019

HALLOWEEN HOOT

Like most people, I love Halloween, and one thing I love especially, is the creativity and spirit of reinventing ones self.  This past Thursday, I dove into the scrum at the Annual Greenwich Village Halloween Parade and would like to share these transformational antics of the evening,












                                      all photos ©Ken Brown

Monday, October 28, 2019

HALLOWEEN YARD ART

Goblins, ghosts, ghouls, and gremlins all join the fray in Halloween yard art and spread their boney fingers throughout the city.












                              all photos ©Ken Brown

Monday, October 21, 2019

ART IN THE ORCHARD

Last week I got to peep at a leaf or two while enjoying the glories of Autumn at the family farm in Western Massachusetts. My sister, Lois, took us to a working farm that also included a walking outdoor art tour called "Art in the Orchard". 



TREE OF LIFE by Ted Hinan



        "ABUNDANCE" by Matsuda-Dunn


      JUNKYARD DOGS by Elizabeth Denny


 ELEPHANT'S CHILD by Lindsey Molyneux


 LOCAL LULLABY by Azzarello


     the "THREE DIS-GRACES" made with plastic trash by               Elizabeth Stone and Eva Fierst
     'LIFE CYCLE', made with caste off bicycle parts, by Jon Bander
         
       all photos ©Ken Brown





Monday, October 14, 2019

POSTERS IN OUR MIDST

As a photographer, and a graphics lover, I am often amused by the way poster images juxtapose with their city surroundings.









     
            all photo ©Ken Brown

Sunday, October 13, 2019

THE QUIRKBALL BUCKET

It's always fun to return to the Quirkball bucket for a harvest of images from recent months.








               
                           all photos ©Ken Brown


Tuesday, September 24, 2019

PIX-R-US CLIMATE STRIKE

This past Friday, we joined a quarter million people for a youth-led climate strike that has gained forces across the globe. The creativity, energy and enthusiasm were most heartening.















all photos by Ken Brown