Matt Connors' photo of a dad pushing a Mamas & Papas Sola stroller down the street on the east side of LA somewhere reminded me of two things:
Matt McCormick's awesome 2001 short film, The Subconscious Art of graffiti Removal, which was the first attempt to analyze municipal buffing programs within the art historical context of abstraction and minimalism. With voiceover from Miranda July, which, well.
Also I need to get to the gym.
Check out the Mamas & Papas Sola, which runs $379-419 in the US. The black one above is the best and cheapest. [amazon]
Support an inspiring independent filmmaker by buying The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal on one of McCormick's short film compilation DVDs from Rodeo Film Co. for $24.95 [rodeofilmco]
Or be a cheap hustler by getting it on a used copy of the Best of RESFEST Shorts, Vol. 3 for like $3. [amazon]