Prisoners’s craft work

Felipe Flores (83) has a little shop in Rio Pedras Market in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He is selling paintings of prisoners from the local prison. The paintings costs around 50 USD and from this income the prisoners can buy toilet articles and what they need for daily use. Beyond the colorful craft works you can find the puerto rican Marilyn Monroe or the puerto rican Mona Lisa as well. Felipe also sells puerto rican lotto. His best friends dreamed about the winning numbers and Felipe with the numbers on his hand is looking for these numbers every day.

Exhibition at MET”After Photoshop, Manipulated Photography on the Digital Age”

Exhibition at MET “Before Photoshop” ended on Sunday, but the “After Photoshop, Manipulated Photography on the Digital Age” is still running till 27th of May.

I saw both exhibition on Saturday and they were very interesting.

Entrance fee USD 25 at MET is only recommended, you can pay how much you want.

Special Operation pumping and reconstruction work at Breezy Point by Esther Horvath

New York Fire Department, Special Operation Command is pumping out water from the basement at Pam Henderson’s house at Breezy point and helping Jo-Jo & Wayne Barca with reconstruction work in their home.
FDNY Special Operation Command works very hard on Hurricane Sandy devastated areas since 11.29.2012 to help people to get back their normal life and home.