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Word Power! Text on the Street

Today we bring you some text-based greetings from the street.

brooklyn-street-art-jaime-rojo-03-11-web-1This billboard for the downtown newspaper Village Voice comments on the homogeneity of Manhattan culture on the corner of Bowery and Delancy. (Photo © Jaime Rojo)brooklyn-street-art-jaime-rojo-03-11-web-11

Could be a way to sign a letter (Warmest wishes,Yours truly,Your friend, See you in Rio, Best Regards, Congrats) or maybe it’s a command. Love Me. (Photo © Jaime Rojo)


“Some day a real rain will come and wash all the scum off the streets.”* (Photo © Jaime Rojo)


Are you reading this Charles Saatchi? (Photo © Jaime Rojo)


Photo © Jaime Rojo


Me 2! Photo © Jaime Rojo


Oh, aren’t we all. Photo © Jaime Rojo

“you’re makin’ out with school kids, winos and heads of state.
you even made it with the lady,
who puts the little plastic bobins on the christmas cakes.
butchers’ assistants and bellhops, you’ve had them all here and there.
children of god and their joy-strings, international women with no body hair.” – Buzzcocks


“Hey Buddy, you know what time it is?” No, I ain’t got a watch. Photo © Jaime Rojo


Photo © Jaime Rojo


Sorry, times up. Next! (photo © Jaime Rojo)

* Robert De Niro in Taxi Driver

brooklyn-street-art-John-doeJohn Doe is a young Street Artist and commentator of the streets in Washington, DC (photo © John Doe)

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