RToD - Black Cherokee

Black Cherokee (Otis Houston Jr. Also sometimes known colloquially as The Homeless Artist) is a NYC-based performance artist best known for regularly standing by the side of the South-bound FDR Drive under the RFK-Triboro Bridge ramps in odd poses, usually involving pieces of fruit; and for the makeshift placards bearing his statements, questions, etc that he sets up in that area for the entertainment and edification of people driving by.

The guerrilla roving team roved the RToD to his customary site in the hopes that he would incorporate it into his performance.