Photos By Gail
When I spotted this sparkling resin sculpture replicating a batch of glitter-drizzled Pink French Fries — intermingled with what looks to me like Pot Leaves — at the recent Affordable Art Fair, I immediately thought another artist was highjacking the ideas of whimsical pop artist Betsy Enzensberger, but I was mistaken.
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Photo By Gail
Oh, My God. This buff Ronald McDonald, wearing an American flag speedo with a bunch of french-fries stuffed in his crotch; you cannot un-see it.
Photographed on Harrison Place in Buskwick, Brooklyn.
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Dorian Grey Gallery in the East Village hosted an informal brunch today to promote its current exhibit, Indulgences, works on paper and recent paintings by New York artist Walter Robinson. As you might infer from the show’s title, Indulgences includes paintings of sweets and fast food favorites, pharmaceuticals and alcohol. The show also includes a selection of celebrity portraits, nudes and romance novel covers, but I didn’t feel compelled to shoot pictures of any of that stuff, so, you know, just go to the gallery and check it out.
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Fresh & Fast Double Cheeseburger. Yum.
New Yorkers will stand in line for anything. This explains why there is generally an hours-long wait (rain or shine) at the Shake Shack burger stand located in Madison Square Park. The thing is, hype is a huge turn off for me and I refuse to wait 90 minutes for a burger. Luckily, there is an alternative for those looking to procure a delicious, fresh Hamburger, Fries and a Shake without having to invest the better part of the day, and it’s just few blocks east: Fresh & Fast Burger on 23rd Street between Park and Lexington Avenues. Continue reading Fresh & Fast Burger: Giving Shake Shack a Run for The Money