Where to next… The journey of a 1950s Pin-Up

I guess our little lady was quite popular in Washington Square and made several new friends.  I originally placed her in Noho near Dojo on West 4th and Mercer….  So, she was not far from Washington Square to start out with.

I am not sure the exact order of how she was found… but she was found and that is all that matters.

This image comes from Omar.  He did not say how he found her.  But if he wants to share his story he can leave a comment.

**NOTE: Every frame has a set of instructions.  It also includes a link to the website.  This way people can track the travels of each frame.

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About kennshinabery

In 2000, I moved to New York to work on a feature film. This lead to a career in film, television, and commercial production. During this time I have been freelancing as a graphic artist. My work has been featured on Nickelodeon, Logo, and CBS. I have also designed graphics for the 2010 Harley Davidson Collection. In 2011, I released a spec ad series that I created for Coca-Cola. I am currently looking for a creative position at an advertising agency either in New York or Germany. http://www.behance.net/kennshinabery
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