Nick Horman’s Incredible Tape Ball

Yesterday’s post on the High Line provoked some interesting discussion on parks, which reminded me of this little movie MB Maher took last fall in New York, a scene he stumbled upon in Central Park. Artist and pickle impresario Nick Horman rolled a giant tape ball along pathways in Central Park, its sticky tape capturing leaves, kids, laughter, wonder — setting in motion all manner of stuff. And his pickles are truly excellent.

Nick Horman And The Tape Ball, a movie by MB Maher.

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2 Responses to Nick Horman’s Incredible Tape Ball

  1. Kathy says:

    Just had a Maynard G Krebs vision.This brought it on.

  2. Denise says:

    Kathy, I wonder if anyone gets these cultural references besides us. What a vision!

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