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Wednesday, June 10, 2009 | Copyright © 2009 Frank Lynch. |






A brick building, in fading green paint, has several layers of graffiti on it.

This is the old Underberg Building, referenced in this post about the scaled-back Atlantic Yards project. The building is gone, missed by few. According to Jonathan Lethem's "Fortress of Solitude," their primary business was in shopping carts; but they also sold a purple ink used in pricing guns, which kids treasured for its usefulness in graffiti. The ink, that is. Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. View My Profile

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