| #1 | Apple Green
Claw-marked, sneaker-kicked, and panic-ridden. Getting out or getting in, either way, get away.
| #2 | Cerulean
Four descending rust splotches, rickety roll-up, and wet aggregate. Ground-level floor, street access, bookstore.
| #3 | Malachite
Glass cut-out and permanently disabled floral patterned sunshade. Rough raw wood exterior with nasty sodium-vapor light reflecting on dusty pavement.
| #4 | Persian Green
Ste. 420 with steel-toe boot scrapes. Grimy stucco and elevated threshold. - Happy Easter; praise it!
| #5 |Royal Yellow
Blistered plywood, graffiti repainted. Jam-side encroaching vine, repatched and repainted wall after a fresh rain.
| #6 | Myrtyle Green
Two-tone wall with sodium light and greasy maroon stairs. Rogue pigeon perched on the precipice, praying for provisions...possibly.
| #7 | Ash Grey
A worn out reflective sunshade provides a funhouse-mirror glimpse of surrounding suburbia.
| #8 | Moss Green
A sickly gate encloses the dusty frame. The warped and buckled siding puckers away from the surface. Mismatched paint in the grout lines suggests a quick and dirty cover-up.
| #9 | Glaucous
Slap-dash frame with plywood front quickly thrown up, the worn and weathered whitewashed wood wildly bends, pinches, and distorts akin to tiger strips and lava lamps.
| #10 | Cream
The sea breeze bathes Dock 107 in marine grunge. The soft, aged wood breathes in the animate air, forming a briny crust for the moss to affix itself to..
| #11 | Eerie Black
Iridescent like crows wings, the recessed entrance escapes first glance. The outside color is dimly reflected by the dull sheen, the blackest mirror you ever did see.
| #12 | Ecru
Small craters, moon-like surface. Rusty wheel marks.