Fountain Art Fair

This was the smallest commute I have ever had for a job, as much of it was done in the workshop at the Hive.  This is as basic as it gets, as far as painting and installation goes.  Samson and Isaac built well over four hundred double sided flats, that we then painted white and moved to different locations in Brooklyn, before installing at the Armory.  The hardest part of this job was moving the flats, as they were built with plywood instead of lucite, and were heavy enough that to this day I still think of this experience and dramatically shake my head.  Even though this was a pretty simple job, it was a great group of people, and seeing everything put together and painted filled me with pride, and bone-crushing physical exhaustion.  Smiley-face emoticon.

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