Documenting the creative and rebellious fringes of urbanity—
Street Art, Buskers, Protests
This no fun “kissing proof” wall around Oscar Wilde’s tomb is an abomination. This was my first time back since 2011, when the barrier was put up to end the tradition of leaving lipstick kisses. I am very certain Oscar Wilde would no approve. (Pere Lechaise Cemetery, Paris)
I will say this much about Paul McCarthy’s Place Vendôme sculpture: someone finally found a way to shock the French. People were literally gasping at the sight of this….tree…
For those of you in Paris (or have friends in Paris), I will be leaving this resin mounted photograph of Larry the Pigeon Man somewhere in the city today. I’ll post a hint on Instagram as soon as I can find a Wifi hotspot.
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