A toynbee tile laid down on a busy East Village intersection. I’ll be curious to see how it holds up to the wear.
House of Hades
One man against shitocrat and neocon news agenda in ‘2009
Update Oct. 3, 09:
It’s held up fine. When I passed it today there was no sign of wear. I found this one today:
On St. Mark’s Place, another busy intersection, and the tile is holding up to the traffic. Seems to be a Toynbee Tile. Mosaic Man Jim Power’s work is most prominent on St. Mark’s Place and environs. I’m not sure what justice is sought for Powers, a Viet Nam vet. I know he was evicted from his East Village residence awhile back and has had some health problems. His blog is here, he is seeking donations to restore his Mosaic Trail in the neighborhood.
Mosaic Man Jim Power is looking for some help for himself and his dog. More details on his blog:
Flat Stanley was very happy that the Soy Creamy sandwiches were back in stock.