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Cleaning out the studio. I have a hard time throwing things away. Came across my old imac. like a time capsule of stickers on here. #ObeyGiant #RonEnglish #Zephyr #Dalek Augustine Kofie #Espo #GLordz #MayaHayuk #DaveKinsey Daryll Peirce #Subtitle Buff Monster #GuerillaOne.com #

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One of my favorite rooms ever. James McNeill Whistler’s Peacock Room at the Freer Gallery in Washington DC

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Had a good time in Washington DC looking at art and hiding in a hotel room with this lady

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Found this throwback gem online. Eric Haze, Nick Walker and myself in Miami back in 2009 at the opening reception of STAGES Miami hosted by Nike at OHWOW Gallery

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Finished collaborative Adidas mural with Joe Iurato. Visit it at #136WoosterStreet #Adidas

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Antonio Banderas as BurgerBeard in the new Spongebob Squarepants movie. I’ll be waiting for my royalty check, Antonio!

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DuPont Trolley Station – New Hampshire Exit The DuPont Trolley station was closed with the demise of all the streetcars in 1962. After the station was closed, a vehicle tunnel was constructed using the remnants of the old station so that Connecticut Avenue now runs under the circle. In the 1990s, a brief attempt was made to turn the old station into a commercial operation, known as Dupont Down Under. The cheesy development quickly went bust, but not before renovating the entire west side of the subway station. In the process, the entrances on that side of the circle were pimped from the original utilitarian style The station was a mirror image of the traffic circle above: each train would complete a half-circle in an anti-clockwise direction in the station before exiting. The platforms were also semicircular. This design ensured that passengers could emerge at the appropriate point in the Circle to catch a connecting bus without having to cross any streets. As there are four streets intersecting at the Circle, there were seven or maybe eight stairwells into and out of the station. The streetcars traveled north-south along Connecticut Avenue and went underground at about O St., N.W. and reemerged at R St., N.W. The stations on both sides of the circle total 42,600 square feet of space, and the tunnels run about 700 feet north of Dupont Circle and 300 feet south.

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Had the good fortune of visiting the Dupont Trolley Station this past week. What an amazing place. The station was closed with the demise of all the streetcars in 1962. After the station was closed, a vehicle tunnel was constructed using the remnants of the old station so that Connecticut Avenue now runs under the circle. In the 1990s, a brief attempt was made to turn the old station into a commercial operation, known as Dupont Down Under. The cheesy development quickly went bust, but not before renovating the entire west side of the subway station. In the process, the entrances on that side of the circle were pimped from the original utilitarian style The station was a mirror image of the traffic circle above: each train would complete a half-circle in an anti-clockwise direction in the station before exiting. The platforms were also semicircular. This design ensured that passengers could emerge at the appropriate point in the Circle to catch a connecting bus without having to cross any streets. As there are four streets intersecting at the Circle, there were seven or maybe eight stairwells into and out of the station. The streetcars traveled north-south along Connecticut Avenue and went underground at about O St., N.W. and reemerged at R St., N.W. The stations on both sides of the circle total 42,600 square feet of space, and the tunnels run about 700 feet north of Dupont Circle and 300 feet south. .

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Feel good about yourself. Go buy my work for a good cause! The InLiquid benefit auction – http://ift.tt/16DWW41 I have a total of 5 works up for auction. Go to http://ift.tt/1AGmmLr to find them. Curated by Lori Zimmer

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Been wanting to check out this place for years. Finally made it a reality #DuPont #DuPontTrolleyStation #WashingtonDC #DC

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This guy.

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When candy goes bad

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