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Earlier this week, the 24th Street Project was finally ready to be installed at the new Local Mission Eatery. So I bought a 6 pack, rallied some friends, and we spent six hours fastening a grid of 350 wood tiles to six enormous slabs of MDX.   Three days later the industrial grade glue still hasn’t come of our hands, but I have a warm feeling from knowing how dedicated my friends are in my time of need.

Thanks to:

  • Jim
  • Erin
  • To-Shi-O
  • Cat
  • Yaron (owner of Local Mission Eatery)
  • Laser

And now you shall witness the proceedings on this third rate video I made.   (Pay attention to the second part of the time lapse and you can see the inimitable Phil–proprietor of the legendary Philz coffee shop two doors down–look on with questionable approval)

5 Comments

  1. Cat
    Cat03-05-2010

    I might have thought twice about not taking a post-workout shower before coming out, had I known I’d be on the world wide web!

  2. ben
    ben03-05-2010

    That’s okay, this is the part of the world wide web that no one visits. It’s like the dark side of the moon.

  3. Rachel
    Rachel03-06-2010

    I particularly like your choice of music.

  4. Nowell
    Nowell03-08-2010

    Shit! I’m really bummed I couldn’t come. Oh well. Next time you outfit an entire restaurant with your artwork, I’ll BE THERE. :-\

  5. jon
    jon03-08-2010

    Thanks for all the support and insults, everyone.

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