Pasted on light poles along S 4th Avenue, especially concentrated around Safford School.
A celebration of innocence.
Pollyanna’s Souvenir Stand appeared at Cyclovia, on South Fourth Avenue at the OK Market.
A self-service honor system table: objects painted or engraved with Souvenir Of Tucson
1. Childhood memories of longing, longing to go into souvenir stores and buy some little thing.
2. The delicious non-sequitur nature of souvenirs that have nothing to do with the place they are sold.
3. Deep admiration for self pay, honor system roadside farm stands.
4. Years of feeling the absurd ambiguity of having to price artwork.
By the end of the day, most of the souvenirs were gone.
Springtime is the time to shape up and get fit.
Most of the instructional signs for the fitness trail on the Santa Cruz River Path were so badly tagged they were illegible.
Now they have all kinds of helpful instructions to bring out your best.
A stack of bodice rippin’ romance novel covers wheatpasted onto the west side of the old Wig-O-Rama building.
Pages from the Common Sense Dictionary, 1904.
Wheatpasted onto streetlight poles in Tucson’s Armory Park Historic District.
Words the neighbors were looking up when the houses in the neighborhood were new.
Things you still may need to know.
Wouldn’t it be nice if, instead of a boarded up shell of a building, there was a bakery/greengrocer/cafe, with neighbors stopping in for a dozen eggs and a quart of milk and a chat?