Monday, October 31, 2011

Blank this Blank

What is up with these 4 blank brick frames suggesting windows?

More boarded up old basement stores

A Big blank wall

Side by Side

Wow so this is what can be done to boarded up storefronts. Sweet!

Take good notes on what makes this bottom picture so nice.
A lot of care and effort and money went into this improvement.

Blank face to ugly face

This is what Anna Faris had to look at out her window in the movie Whats Your Number.

I'm surprised no one has seen the image of the Virgin Mary in this window yet.

Brick them up good

Two of many missing teeth.

Here is a old photo of the Knights of Columbus building welcoming people

The Knights of Columbus Building is now on the verge of being condemned.


Storage Storefront

This boarded up storefront is used for storage for one lucky person.

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Margaret Street

Margaret Street is such a nice street.
Here is a Little fun fact. When they were filming "The Town" for one of the car chase scenes on this street The movie makers temporarily removed the blue plastic barrel planters and put in nice new wooden barrel planters with plants etc. When filming was done they packed up all the new wooden planters and put back the plastic blue. They left behind spilled topsoil and skid marks all over the pavement. Thanks Ben Afflack.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Cleveland PL

Cleveland Place is such a nice pedestrian coridor

What is up with all these boarded up windows?

Thursday, October 20, 2011

181 Salem Street

This is one way of dealing with bricked up windows.
Make them shuttered up instead.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Upper Salem St and Hull St

This bricked up windows faces the North Church.

Across the street from the Old North Church.

Three roll down doors in a row.

This one is down most of the day.

These 2 only come out at night.

This is what I hope to create

This tagged up blankness is slightly appalling

How do you like them apples?