Monday, August 19, 2019


In the continuing battle of New York poster real estate, there is a constant shuffle of place and replace.  Strangely beautiful byproducts of this struggle are the humorous, surreal, abstract and artful pieces that emerge in-between.

all photos ©Ken Brown

Monday, August 12, 2019


The sheer range and variation of fellow citizenry always astounds.

East Village royalty

Mercury is in retrograde today in Washington Square Park

My bed, My business on Canal Street

Pop-eye squeeze toy on Canal St

The wandering reader on the Williamsburg Bridge.

Back to school,Tribeca

Mom and daughter, Tribeca

Bushwick boy and his guardian puppy

all photos ©Ken Brown

Wednesday, August 7, 2019


We live in a photo-op city and its an interesting coincidence that the back street alley across from us has a 19th century bridge that makes for an extremely popular photo shoot location.  I rarely walk by without some picture taking activity going on. Here are a first and a last photo-op sandwich with a few other recent items thrown in,

Leaping cat people

Mom documenting a Halloween cape

East Village alley park

Water sports in Washington Square

another alley on the Lower East Side

of course, the wealth of backgrounds works for professional shoots as well...

Musicians from Philly do a portrait in front of a favorite mural in Williamsburg.

and winding up across the way on Staple Street,
 (the official name) in Tribeca.

all photos ©Ken Brown

Monday, July 29, 2019


         Some notes from the abstract and oddball side of the dial...

all photos ©Ken Brown

Monday, July 22, 2019


My fascination with the proliferation of portraits that pop up on city walls continues...HEADS UP! with special thanks to the many artists, anonymous and otherwise who contribute to the flow.

                               all photos ©Ken Brown

Monday, July 8, 2019


Summer is here and the Tee's are out. Here's an update on this longstanding fashion base with its wonderful and varied visual cascade of pop culture pronouncements.

Campbell in the Catskills

The Big Duck

insides outside

Jemma Rose Brown,  stylin'

selfie Tee

Alex, our friend and fellow fish worshipper who
sells them at our local farmers market.

a book, a bag, and a boss Tee...


TV Jeeebies

He told me he bought the Tee in Tokyo

Love, photography and an owl, ...couldn't get better!

"Mola Moderne", from 1992, and a favorite from the 
multitude of Tee's I designed in the 80's and 90's. 
 Photo by Lisa Crafts

all photos ©Ken Brown