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145 Ludlow Street
The Typo Terrorist, a newbie vandal around these parts, hit a few other high-profile targets across the neighborhood.
Sunday afternoon, the same day he emblazoned a panel of the Centre-fuge trailer, graffiti artist Never boogied a few blocks south to the Timeshare Backyard on Ludlow Street.
Seeds were sewn in the vacant 145 Ludlow Street lot exactly one year ago for that kooky Timeshare Backyard concept. Well, that thick carpet of green is ready for action once again.
The lightning rod that is the Timeshare Backyard saw a flurry of spray-painting last week.
The Timeshare Backyard is a brilliant lesson in irking neighbors and contributing to the already overbearing noise problem on Ludlow Street.
Only in New York City could such an idea actually come to fruition, and last night was the ultimate realization of the endeavor. Yet, the grand opening wasn't so grand.
With a monumental groundswell of local coverage now in its arsenal, the Participation Agency is gearing up for the highly-anticipated launch of Timeshare Backyard later this week.
Something like this lay at the heart of everything wrong with "artisinal" anything on the Lower East Side.
Artist James Gulliver Hancock treats us to another illustration in the latest installment of Streetside Sketchpad.
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