Today’s addition to the planet’s largest repository of blighted mannequins, spotted near the Plaza San Francisco in the historical center district of Quito, Ecuador, shows that it takes more than a busted nose and cracked forehead to stop a figurine from modeling and selling a dirty shirt.
New to this weekly series? Then I humbly invite you invest a few minutes and catch up here. And here as well with a special video presentation I put together to celebrate the project’s first year. It’ll make your Monday a whole lot better than it already is — mainly to serve as a reminder that your week can only get better.
By the way, this image, snapped on 19 March 2015, also serves as today’s Pic du Jour, the site’s 605th (!!) straight. When you’ve got a few minutes to spare, you can check out some of those here. Enjoy!