Wednesday, September 30, 2009
subject on opposing side of crosswalk. The light is red. I wait
preparing my camera phone. Walk sign appears and subject approaches, I
pause, as if to dial a number, all the while keeping him in my sights
as he draws closer. At just the middle of the White street stripes I
snap him, but as the photo is revealed, a pedestrian in front of him
has obscured his plaid shirt worn under an open jacket from view. I
turn coolly on my heel and snap him from behind. Not the frontal I was
hoping for, but it will suffice. I'm hungry and it's past lunchtime.
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Red Fish, Blue Fish...Just one more indication we're not in Maine anymore, aka, our last [double]flash back to summer.
Our Interns have been busy busy bees raking through masses of summer snapshots now making their way into the annals of facebook photo abums. There is SO MUCH PLAID out there this fall, here at PVP, we have really had to develop quite a systematic discerning eye for which pics we feel are worthy of our blog site.
The pair of pictures below, made the cut due to A.) We miss Maine. B.) Foster, our subject, owns not one, but TWO plaid shirts, one in red and one in blue, and seems to alternate them at random, though we did, infact, assign a statistics intern to come up with a pattern, but to no avail. C.) This is the first of many times we are going to say we are no longer posting summer pictures, so don't pack up your bathing suits just yet....
Sunday, September 27, 2009
anxious for the opportunity to sport her new fashionable plaid coat
for fall, has tied it around her waist due to this afternoons
unforcasted warmish weather. Better luck for fall fashions next week,
demonstrate skilled block-work at artist Abby Manock's Play-Fare.
Kitchen Block Party. W19th Street btwn 10th and 11th Aves.
another round of artist Abby Manock's Play-Fare block game.
Friday, September 25, 2009
Five Leaves. Wedge Corner of Bedford and Lorimer Streets. Greenpoint/
In the process snapping a pic of himself to post on facebook for the purpose of showing off his new specks to all his friends on facebook, Sparky, pictured left, has unknowingly placed himself in front of a plaid garment of unknown shape, size, and origin. This random act of plaid capture did not go unnoticed by our new CPFI (Collection of Plaid on Facebook Interns) who have been added to the staff here at PVP, just in time to ride the wave of the Back To School influx of plaid-as-mobile-uploads we have noticed on facebook since labor day. The monitoring of this new type of Plaid Voyerism is of such huge interest to us that we have added an entire wing on to Headquarters to house the new staff, and have made it our ONPFF (Official New Project For Fall)
Basically, our interns, both I.O. (In-Office), and A.L. (At Large), are combing the WWW 24 hours a day looking for previously uploaded pictures that people have taken of themselves for any number of reasons, and just happen to be wearing plaid and/or unknowingly capture it in the background.
Stay tuned for further updates. Thanks to Sparky for being our PPC (Plaid Poster Child).
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Sunday, September 20, 2009
propultion device heading strait for waterfront park westbound on N8th
in Williamsburg. Friend on foot (non plaid wearing) trying desperately
to keep up. (pictured at right edge of photo)
check on Franklin Ave in Greenpoint. Usually, but not always, plaid
of this variety is most often seen on female subjects or younger male
flannel 1 inch square checks. Streakin down Driggs, by the time I drew
my camera she was half a block gone.
Friday, September 18, 2009
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
Saturday, September 5, 2009
Thursday, September 3, 2009
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Please note: the actual names been changed to protect the identity of the people involved. All names in capitol letters are official PVP issued aliases, not to be confused with nicknames or terms of endearment.
Sent from my iPhone
Begin forwarded message:
From: TALL BOY
Date: September 2, 2009 4:25:26 PM EDTTo: PVP Outfitters, Uniform Department, Children's DivisionSubject: this kid says...
...can i have my shirt back.