Pedestrians in Crosswalk


Sometimes it really is the small things that can brighten a person’s day, and this delightfully simple stencil on an everyday pedestrian sign is no exception.  Catch this dapper individual attempting to deliver a bouquet to someone on the other side of Main Street in East Haddam, CT!


Rusty Nails and Severed Limbs

Just driving around Old Saybrook, minding my own business, and BOOM!  What vortex have I just travelled through?  I could only think, “I don’t think I’m in Connecticut anymore.”  With a simple sign above a warehouse door that read, “Wrought Iron,” as well as semi-abandoned and fully complete works of fabulously morbid/whimsical/grotesque art, I was instantly smitten in the grittiest kind of way.  I will adventure further into this wrought iron vortex and report back what I find!  Until then, CHECK THIS OUT!

Views from Bellows Falls

Bellows Falls, VT is a short drive north of Brattleboro, and has much to offer the artistically-minded pedestrian who loves to find hidden treasures in a small town.  Keep your eyes open for some smile-worthy bits of creativity on your next visit!

Painting Appeals

At the site of the new art exhibit “From the River, To the River,” the Archery Building stands in disrepair.  Here are a few shots of the grittier beauty that exists on the walls of this old institution of Brattleboro.



Some people might be pretty irritated to see this message scrawled outside their house.  Me?  I appreciate the reminder every time I look out the window.

At My Feet


While walking on the streets of Brattleboro, a quick glance at your feet may unveil a mysterious set of items, seemingly open to interpretation.  These pieces of industry are embedded in the sidewalk entering the Harmony Parking Lot.