Three different types of street vendors. An ice-cream pushcart, a hot-food grill, and an enclosed trailer commonly serving coffee and bagels
About this creation
One day, someone mentioned "street vendors" somewhere in a thread discussing Jonathan Lopes's new cityscape, and Jonathan asked me to post some pictures of the street vendors I have done. I built one about in 1998, one in 2001, and one in 2002. There are 3 types:
3) The trailer... This kind of street vendor cart is actually a trailer usually pulled by a van. The cart is then disconnected and pushed up on a sidewalk somewhere for the day. It's basically a large metal box that the vendor stands inside of, crammed in with bagels and coffee
Sean besides doing an Ice Cream Truck a la the "GOOD HUMOR" days in NYC and a Hot Dog Vendor (with an Ice Chest for soda) compleat with mustard. I have now worked on a NYC inspiration which takes place every summer --- THE FEAST! I introduced my work with clips of both The Our Lady of Mt. Carmel and San Gennero Feasts! I did a LEMON ICE STAND and A SAUSAGE SANDWICH Stand! They are becomming quite popular!
I did the whole street corner.
I'd love to find out what you think of it!
I know you are busy - but when you have the time stop by and look at the rest of my stuff!