Shots of Orwellian wall ornamentation and conspiracy theorist headgear were turned up by a reader’s surveillance of the Bissonnet St. bus shelter east of Montrose Blvd. by the Museum of Fine Arts early Saturday morning. The setup looks like one of the series of bus shelter makeovers purportedly planned around town by a vigilante redecorator — though perhaps because of heightened citywide gag tolerance spurred by April Fool’s Day, this round seems to have significantly outlasted the pre-dawn tiki hutch installed in front of the Public Storage on W. Gray back in February.
Eyes on the scene sent a few further monitoring reports on the decorations throughout the day, including notes of edits to the display from various passer-bys:
Report from the street at 11:30 am: The tin foil hats are gone but the 2 cameras and 2 signs remain in place.
4:30: Still there. Someone has punched the Trump face in the security camera lens in.
- Previously on Swamplot: A Brief Tiki Interlude at a North Montrose Bus Stop
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