Wooster on Spring – a Street Art Time Capsule

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The press was on hand. They reported it was like watching paint dry.

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These faux crates were stuffed with real produce.

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The building has a terror alert warning system.

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Those are some hot tiger lips.

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The doors open…

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Prepare to be wanded. I was disappointed I had to leave my weapon at the door.

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Did I mention there are four floors of art?

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Comments

  1. says

    Thanks for the tip! That building has always been covered in graffiti art–glad to see they’re honoring that. It also used to have little drop lights in each window, which at night made that strange building both spooky and somehow beatific.

  2. Kurt says

    Major thanks for posting these Andy. Like every other envious schmuck who’s not in NYC, I read about this in the Times yesterday (but with oh so few pics posted). If you have more shots, please keep posting here or somewhere. It’s all very cool – would love to see more.

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