Friday, May 21, 2010

Street Life


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Street banners and telephone kiosk ads that I wrote for Limelight Marketplace are now up in Manhattan, and it's fun for me to see things that I wrote on the street. Limelight Marketplace is the new shopping destination in Chelsea which is housed in the former Limelight nightclub which was originally the Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion, built in 1844-1850 by Richard Upton, architect of the renowned Trinity Church on Wall Street. Sixty different vendors have taken the vow, and my banners reflect the celestial offerings – it's divine!

4 comments:

Kathy said...

There's nothing like enjoying the fruits of your own labor, but how cool is it that a million others will get to as well?! Good job...K

french-treasures said...

I'm so pleased that the church is now a wonderful market for locals and tourists alike.
Your banners are terrific!

Jane Schott said...

I was just there this part week and your street banners reflect the look of the new Limelight perfectly!

(I almost remember years ago looking down from the balcony at the frantic dancers...a wild spot it was.)

Karena said...

Bart, great work and so wonderful to share with all!

Karena
Art by Karena