Satanic VECTOR Gallery Relocates to 154 East Broadway

Posted on: July 14th, 2014 at 6:06 am by
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Clinton Street is no longer the center of the occult, home of the devil. Satanic sachem JJ Brine has taken his rather photogenic VECTOR Gallery to another circle of hell. That of East Broadway in Chinatown.

Squeezed from its former perch, VECTOR now has a new home at 154 East Broadway, where it will continue to stir the cauldron and create controversy. In the territory of deep Chinatown. The space is chock full of the same satanic sundries – lights, art, foil furnishings, and dolls. Yet, this time around the storefront has a dedicated awning, something the previous location lacked.

JJ Brine tells us that it was just time to move. Apparently the “Clinton St location was swallowed by a nevent tunnel, and continues to evolve toward infinite measures of infinity!”

After all, there’s not much room on the upscaled Clinton Street for something so occult and polarizing.

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