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Knitti graffiti and other acts of urban weirdness.

December 22nd, 2005 Leave a comment Go to comments

‘Taggers’ tag local objects with knitting. http://www.houstonpress.com/issues/2005-12-15/news/news.html

I wonder if they need a Charlotte branch.

Reminds me of the sign someone put up in 2002 at the intersection of Park and Sharon. It was up pretty high, and looked perfect. So perfect, and so high, that either nobody else noticed it or nobody felt like shimmying up there to take it down. It stayed up for about two years. Look at the far away view (I took this in 2002) and you’ll see why it might have gone unnoticed.

I actually went to try to see the landmark several times. I didn’t notice any tear in the space/time continuum. However, something about driving down that road played hell with my car’s dilithium crystal matrix, so I had to stop. Also, I would emerge on the other side several hours late for appointments. Oh, and once I did see someone who looked exactly like me driving the other direction, and as they passed I noticed they had a goatee. Aside from that, though, nothing.

There’s still another sign at the intersection of Park and Seneca that reads “Cameron Yards.” Based on this, I’m guessing that these guys are responsible. I have no clue what the heck that’s all about, but I thank them for making me snicker every time I passed Park and Sharon for two years.

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