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The Brooklyn Farmacy's Sad But Genius Lost and Found Display

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Little Carroll Gardens soda shop/general store The Brooklyn Farmacy attracts a ton of kids, which means it winds up with a ton of lost toys. And lost headbands. And lost shoes. And lost baby bottles. And lost slide whistles. But rather than shove everything in some neglected box in behind the counter, they've organized it all into poignant lost-and-found window art. The toys sit in wooden boxes under signs that read "Left but not forgotten at the Farmacy." It's cute, but also practical, since parents are much more likely to notice the missing objects if they're sitting in the window. After all, who doesn't want to bring a slide whistle back into their child's life?

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Brooklyn Farmacy

513 Henry Street, Brooklyn NY