this land is your land,
this land is my land

the colossus of roads

"I come from a railroad family,
My grandfather and father each had
a 41-year career on the railroad

The folk art tradition of
chalking monikers on the traveling
billboards of the freight trains dates
back to the 19th century, when hobos
and rail workers broadcast their
presence in the vast network.

I followed this tradition
by fashioning my own icon for
quick application and easy recognition,
and plying the obsessive numbers
game of dispatch.

Anonymously sending
obscure cryptic messages."

-buZ blurr
(bozo texino)

via cork grips

this machine
kills fascists


amourette said...

this is a lovely post. what a wonderful concept.

corkgrips said...