Reblog: Wallpapered Dumpsters


Check out C. Finley’s clever and trashy street art, wall papered dumpsters.

C. Finley

C. Finley

Via Wooster Collective

On a mostly unrelated note, I saw a racoon (at least I hope it was a racoon, it could have been a very large possum or a big freaky rat on steroids) at the corner of Smith and Bergen last night. It looked like it was about to walk down the steps to the F train platform, but some people walked by (without noticing it) so it ran under a car instead. I imagine it was checking out curbside dining options from all the restaurant trash bags on that block. I’ve seen racoons in Brooklyn before, but never one that looked like it might get on the Subway.

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4 Responses to “Reblog: Wallpapered Dumpsters”

  1. Ruby Re-Usable Says:

    oooh, I just saw this on Wooster and now here, I LOVE it and will have to do a decorated dumpster post sometime soon!

  2. Leila Darabi Says:

    Oh, we should do a themed blogging day. I’ve been meaning to walk around Brooklyn and take photos of some of the fancier ways people conceal their garbage cans in front of their homes.

  3. Ruby Re-Usable Says:

    I’m in! so now lets invite Little Shiva and some others an pick a date soon and DO it!!

  4. Layla Says:

    Ooh, this dumpster is soo pretty!! 🙂 Love it!!

    Of course it would be better to not have dumpsters at all, just recyclables depositories!! (& in this case it would be even prettier!!:)/

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