— Days Without Shea —

by Kingman on January 25 at 9:08AM
Hi folks, I took a few days off from posting while my wife had surgery. Our vows said something about loving each other in sickness and health and no blogging during the former.


As they lay waste to Shea Stadium, you may ask yourself, what happened to all the waste of Shea?

Here's part of the answer. I got a nice note from artist Justin Gignac, founder and garbage salesman of NYCgarbage.com "The finest purveyor of garbage."

Jason collects garbage from all across the city, then organizes the artifacts in plastic cubes. He has put together a limited edition 20 cubes of the last Opening Day at Shea Stadium, which you can view here.


[January 25, 2009 9:36 AM]  |  link  |  reply
dyhrdmet said

I have the exact sign you show in the post sitting in my bedroom right now.


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