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The Industrial Divine

Bushwick has turned into an open-air mural museum as of late, and Art Nerd favorite Beau Stanton is its newest featured artist. Stanton transformed a disused (and rather ugly) stained building into a gorgeous Victorian temple with stained glass. Aside from being one of his iconic paintings come to life, the piece is oddly in perfect context, echoing the industrial decline of the area, but with a throwback to the original Industrialization. It will definitely stop you in your tracks as you’re weaving your way through New York’s worst hair cuts.

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Who: Beau Stanton

What: The Industrial Divine

Where: 464 Troutman Street at St. Nicholas Street

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2 Responses to “The Industrial Divine”
  1. Cole Byrne says:

    Thanks for sharing this! All the best!

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