When Jay Shells heard various rappers name-checking some local streets in NYC, he decided those exotic city locales needed to be immortalized not just in song but in road signage: finding songs that specifically mention street names and posting an official-looking sign along the exact road with the lyric printed on it (with attribution for proper repurposing etiquette points), so everyone will know who was hustlin’ there.
To die with a Player 2 is such a heavenly way to die. You know, it’s possible Morrissey has always been a bit on the glum side because of his lack of prowess in the Carnival Night Zone, as even that level could make a good man turn bad. The Good Butcher’s latest series brings an 8-bit splash to the dreary wordscapes of the Smiths, bringing hope that for once in my life I could beat the boss this time. Lord knows it would be the first time.
Excuse me ma’am, but you seem to have some lyrics in your hair. Andre’s “Songs” series puts those lyrics you cant get out of your head in the next best place: *on top* of your head. And what damn good songs these are too. Prints available at society6.
12 Months of Neon Love by Victoria Lucas and Richard William Wheater
Beginning on February 14th, 2011, Victoria and Richard created one electric neon sign a month emblazoned with lyrics dealing with that four letter word we all have on our minds… get your mind out of gutter, people, I’m talkin’ bout love.