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October 1, 2015
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Mana Urban Arts Project: Shepard Fairey

Mana Contemporary and Jonathan LeVine Gallery recently partnered with renowned street artist Shepard Fairey to create one of his most monumental works to date for the Mana Urban Arts Project. Natural Springs measures 147 feet wide by 47 feet tall and took Fairey and his crew five days and 200 cans of spray paint to complete. It is located at the Mana Ice House, a 100,000-square-foot former ice factory at 581 Monmouth Street, and it’s visible to the millions of drivers traveling between Jersey City and Manhattan via the Holland Tunnel.

Images courtesy of Reena Rose and E. Lee Smith of Mana Contemporary

 

 

 

 

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