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Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Tesla!

pink tesla front view
All Photos By Gail

I hate Elon Musk, but this Pink Tesla, which I spotted on 14th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues one recent evening, is an admittedly nice-looking car. I had never seen one before in person, and I admit I was impressed. Because, Pink Car!

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Steps to Take When You’re Involved in a Car Accident

a minor car accident
Photo by Nikita Nikitin on Pexels.com

Car accidents are a rare phenomenon in the UK. In 2020, we saw a 17% decline in fatalities, year to year – but the trend was downward long before Covid-19 became a factor, thanks to a combination of changes in driving culture and improved safety technology. If you’re part of the unfortunate minority who find themselves involved in an accident or fender bender, however, then those statistics might not be much consolation. Let’s walk through some of the steps you’ll need to follow in the aftermath of any collision.
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Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Pickup Truck Spring Centerpiece

pink pickup truck centerpiece photo by gail worley
Photo By Gail

Looking now at this Baby-Pink Toy Pickup Truck whose bed is filled with a cargo of pastel-colored eggs and tulips, it just seems so obvious that it should have been the week’s Pink Thing on Good Friday, but I wasn’t playing close enough attention. So, my bad — you get it two weeks later. Still in plenty of time for spring!

Photographed in the Front Window of TJ Maxx, Located on the Corner of West 57th Street and 8th Avenue in Manhattan.

Graffiti Car

graffiti car photo by gail worley
Photos By Gail

At first glance, it may appear as if this car has been vandalized, but when you really examine it from all sides, it’s pretty obvious that it’s a work of mobile street art from the artist known as Mad Steez.

street art graffiti car photo by gail worley

This way, you can take the art wherever you go!

Modern Art Monday Presents: Claes Oldenburg, Profile Airflow

claes oldenburg profile airflow photo by gail worley
Photos By Gail

When Claes Oldenburg was a child, he played with a toy version of the 1937 Chrysler Airflow, the first car designed according to aerodynamic principles. Profile Airflow (1969) was inspired in part by that memory. The artist, known for his soft sculptures based on everyday objects, wanted it to be “clear in color, transparent like a swimming pool, but have a consistency like flesh.”

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