Post Yo Bills: Voltage Records and Static Age

In this week’s Post Yo Bills, we take a quick look at the flyers in the windows of two Lexington Ave. shops.

What is Post Yo Bills? Local bulletin boards and community flyer spaces are, in their own way, a kind of ongoing communal art project composed of equal parts information, aesthetics and random chance. In an effort to share that information, and document these short-lived art displays, we’re taking a few photos, effectively digitizing the fliers. The images below are in very high resolution, hopefully allowing you to read the fliers as if you were there.

Voltage Records’ front door (click for very-high resolution)

Voltage Records’ side window (click for very-high resolution)

Static Age’s front windows (click for very-high resolution)

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2 thoughts on “Post Yo Bills: Voltage Records and Static Age

  1. brebro

    These high-res photo essays of found objects are interesting. I would like to see a similar series showing the variety of litter in the gutter of many local venues.

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