All The Feels From Our Flower Spring Market Photo Booth!

You all look totally groovy! At our Flower Power Spring Market, we built a floral paradise in in collaboration with local artist Colleen Blackard, with photographer Gus Ponce taking pictures of our stunning neighbors, visitors, and — yes — dogs! For a reel of some highlights and superlatives, take a gander at the sporting pictures below, or visit our Facebook page to view the full, adorable album.

Thanks to all of our talented vendors who made this event such a success — stay tuned for future news about upcoming Greenpointers markets on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages. And be sure to mark June 8 and 9 on your calendars for the return of Greenpoint Open Studios!

“Most Regal” — That post, that purple, those glasses! Greenpoint has a new queen.


“Best Scarf” — In the liminal season of early spring, this scarf is both a power move and a practical accessory.

“Ruffest Sunday” — Just posing for the treats, which is honestly fine.


“Most On Brand” — For a Flower Power market, JD and Barry were grooving in their colorful clothes, kinky hair, and 70s aviators


“Cutest Couple” — LOOK AT THE PUP’S FACE. TRY NOT TO COMBUST IN DELIGHT. And that bomber jacket? Hello daddy!

About Billy McEntee

Billy McEntee has been fortunate to work for arts non-profits in Boston, Denver, Berkeley, and now New York. His writing has appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, Vanity Fair, American Theatre, HowlRound, Observer, and others. He's usually getting wine at Dandelion or eating cookies at Archestratus.

1 Comment

  1. H. Lawler says:

    And to think, my parents bought a 3-family house in Greenpoint in the late 1950’s for … RU ready … $5,000.According to Zillow, it’s now valued at $1.2 mil. Not a bad profit.


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