Sunday, June 21, 2009


Friday we encountered "Fantasia" made flesh in the form of Nicholas Cage, yesterday another Disney classic in real world fashion.

Alice in Central Park.

You don't have to be crazy to talk to cats

Sure, it's Lewis Carroll's "Alice". But isn't Mary Blair's graphic vision equally influential -if not moreso.

Lewis Carroll predicting waiting for the F Train 100 years later

Beyond the popular bronzes, a stone tribute in a playground;

by Frederick G. R. Roth


The Disney cult aren't the only ones putting up statues around town. (I know the Central Park sculptures were commissioned independent of the Disney film, it's just a clever line)

The Hare Krishna center on 2nd Avenue and 1st Street has this in the window.

shooting through glass at night with a flash

The circle of life becomes a crime scene.

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