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Wednesday, January 20, 2010


sasn grafitti
Originally uploaded by misfitgirl.
Seen across the street from the newly installed International Cryptozoology Museum at 661 Congress Street.

Photo (c)2010 by Michelle Souliere


At 8:47 PM, Anonymous mikepop said...

You have that image captioned as "sasn" but I think you're mistaken. Look how the line is at an angle and breaks out below the letterform of the last letter. I'd say that's a Q - making it "SASQ" - which makes total sense for the location!

At 9:54 PM, Blogger Michelle said...

Mikepop-- you may be right! The angle on the downstroke is pretty mild, but SASQ makes more sense than SASN.


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