Tag Archives: public art

Design the Logo for Ball-field Vendor

You can win $500 to design the new logo for Soler Pupusas, of Ballfield/Blue Tent fame.

Via “Realty Collective”:

$500 award for Red Hook design competition

See below for the competition specifics – the selected logo will be a huge part of Soler Pupusas display at their food stands in the Brooklyn Flea as well as their upcoming location at Central Park’s Summerstage. All submissions must be received by April 15, 2010 and should be sent to edemetriou@sbidc.org. For more information, contact Elizabeth Demetriou (718) 965-3100 Ext.104. Thanks. Andrew
We had Rafael’s great food at our 2008 benefit, and can vouch for those pupusas (and that really tasty pink pickled veg’s they use).  Read the competition description for details about how you could decide the public face of one of Red Hook’s favorite food spots.

Cool Stuff at the Waterfront Museum

But what else is new?

Frogma has a super-cool video of a “kinetic sculpture” by artist George Roads, apparently outside of the Waterfront Museum right now.

I’ll have to check it out when I go downstairs to get lunch.  Hopefully it’ll still be there this weekend when you come to the Hook for DTE’s hip hop dance classes or the Museum’s CircusSundays (or both).