Comedian Eddie Izzard has a bit in one of his comedy routines about how destruction is a creative act. He supposes that being a young punk kid and throwing a rock through a window is creative because it changes the energy of the thing you are destroying. If that's the case then the shotgun wielding Michelangelo who created this piece was a master. Riddled with bullet holes this sign has gone from instruction to inspiration. I think my favorite thing about it is the way the force of the bullets created little even circles of crazing and cracking around the point in which they penetrated the sign. It's a bullet battered beauty! I haven't measured it but I would estimate it at 10" x 32".
Since moving to New York 15 years ago I have been finding and selling vintage furniture and housewares. Severely Vintage recycles, restores, repairs and sometimes re-works 2nd hand pieces to put good design and fun objects in the homes of folks in all 5 boroughs. Ads for furniture can be found on craigslist and of course images of items for sale are here on the blog. You can drop me a line at email@example.com if you are interested in a particular piece. Thanks for visiting the site and have a severely great day!