Wall Dogs: The Midair Muralists Who Paint New York (video)

“Before vinyl posters printed and hung by a couple guys and a crane became the norm, this was the way big-city advertising was done. Common practice in the decades before the Great Depression, painting these signs took days, perhaps weeks, of hard labor and skills that took years to hone.”

Read the accompanying article by editorial producer Sky Dylan-Robbins on Tumblr’s Storyboard

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~ by The Gallery Goddess on January 15, 2013.

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