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“Not our art, but our brush.”

By March 22, 2010August 6th, 2010No Comments

A lovely meditation on permanence and impermanance from, of all places, Gizmodo:

She’s made a ghost bike for him, painted a thick-pipe commuter bike white with spray paint. Going to leave it on the corner, chained to a lamp post. She posts a time on David’s Myspace page, lets her friends know when to gather.

Word spreads. She’s pushing the bike down the street, surrounded by hundreds of mourners. They saw her message on his Myspace page. They walk by the bike, tossing down flowers and photographs and messages to David. She didn’t expect this.

Joel Johnson writes too well for gadget blogs. (via Daring Fireball)