Saturday, May 29, 2010

Political Street Art: Violence Is The Religion of the Left

There is a lot of street art in my neighborhood, some of it political, some not. The running theme overall is a seething self-loathing. In the non-political street art category, some are so obscene that I would be ashamed even taking a photograph of it, much less putting it up on my blog.

This above recent example is a curious item of anarcho-hipsterim. No surprise that the left would embrace yet another terrorist. This time it's Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber. I'm always suspect of any reference to the World Trade Center in leftist art because it's usually either trooferish or a swipe at America. This one in particular strikes me odd because the Unabomber, a Harvard graduate, hated modern society and everything that the World Trade Center and New York City represented.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Everybody Draw Mohammed Day

May 18, 2010 | 8:56 a.m. | New York City, Madison Avenue
Because I believe in free speech and not capitulating to the threats of thugs and terrorists, here's my entry for 'Everybody Draw Mohammed Day.'

Shot this on
the way to work Tuesday morning.

Please click the photo to enlarge.