Right To Bear Arms

Posted by The G on July 4, 2012 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

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Right To Bear Arms

Right To Bear Arms

Don’t get your cock blown off this 4th of July!

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Dickchicken Noodle Soup

Posted by The G on July 4, 2011 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Dickchicken.  The Andy Monument by Rob Pruitt.

Dickchicken Noodle Soup

Dickchicken Noodle Soup

There’s nothing more patriotic on the 4th of July than to be looking on Twitter to see that Dickchicken left America a present.  He placed 18 limited edition cans of Dickchicken Noodle Soup in front of Rob Pruitt’s “The Andy Monument” at the entrance to the former Factory (which is now a Petco) in Union Square in New York.

The Andy Monument with presents from Dickchicken

When I arrived on the scene, another Dickchicken fan was also there to claim his free art.  I couldn’t help sticking around to watch the reaction from people passing by and I heard comments like “Why are they giving away free cans of soup?”

Back of the Dickchicken Noodle Soup can

It’s hard to make out from these pictures, but the cans Dickchicken left behind are jumbo sized.  Respect!  By the time this post is up, the cans are likely to be gone, so hopefully you got one in time.  I sure did!  Thanks to Dickchicken for making this the best 4th of July ever!

Homeland Security

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Homeland Security

Homeland Security

Your friends at Homeland Security would like to wish you a happy Independence Day.  Don’t have too much fun.  They are watching!

Lost Liberty

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Lost Liberty

Lost Liberty

 

Fireworks!

Posted by The G on July 5, 2010 under Street Art | Read the First Comment

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The backdrop to my fireworks watching experience!

I went to a party in New Jersey on July 4, 2010 to watch the fireworks from New York (as it’s just across the Hudson River).  I had no idea what I was in for!  I grew up close to Disneyland in California, so for most of my childhood, I heard a nightly fireworks display.  Typically, I could take or leave them, but I have to say, 2010 goes down as one of the coolest 4th of July fireworks viewings in recent memory.  I had the entire Manhattan Skyline as a backdrop (see above) and after the jump, see what I witnessed.  The photos are explosive!

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