I Love This Photo

IMG_6682, originally uploaded by Prince of Petworth.

Best interpretation of this photo wins a free PoP t-shirt. It reminds me of the build up to the war in Iraq.

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  • Someone insulted Petworth and now they’re being Cask of Amontillado’d.

  • The dramatic increase in the numbers of incarcerated bricks over the past 10 years has led to a diversity of social problems and the spread of HIV/AIDS among the brick community. The US has the highest brick incarceration rate in the Western world. This photograph illustrates the conditions resulting from brick prison overcrowding: bricks are being perilously stacked one over the other.

    –From the Brick Rights Watch January 2008 report

  • i thought it was one of those ‘guess how many jelly beans there are in the jar’ with bricks instead.

  • Looks like they’re a few bricks short of a full house.

  • someone took shitting bricks a little too literally

  • These bricks clearly represent all the various excuses we make that create wall between ourselves and the outside world… Imagine if you will a pudgy unshaven young professional leering out a slim window. Hes debating the promising uncertainty of a sunday morning out in the hood versus a safe and established couch surfing expedition that promises a smorgasboard of electronic gadgets, sunday programming, and delivery food… little does he realize that each excuse fires a perverbial apathy kiln creating the brick and mortar of a sedentary lifestyle that will entomb him within a life of poor health, defeated purpose, and overwhelming malaise.

    …Mr. Gorbacheezdoodle tear down that wall.

  • new take on insulation…..

  • Well, I guess the owner of the house wanted to store some of the brick that he/she collected that he/she plans to use near future construction.

    Since he/she thought it would wise not to let the brick sit outside for a long and collects moistures and moss, and decided to keep inside the house.

    Then he/she realized that none where on the floor could support heavy load of piled up brick piled up together. However, the window ledge could transfer the load to the foundation without causing damage to the structure of the house. Also it was easy to pileup that brick since there were wall support two sides. And of course he/she had to be careful not cause any damage to the window’s glass panes.

  • Prince Of Petworth

    Great entries! So I’m picking two winners. Will and Girlnexdore. Email me directly so I can get you your t-shirts!

  • she’s a brick house!

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