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A Secret Street Art Show Inside Condemned Building In NYC

It seems pretty logical that an abandoned and condemned building in New York would soon become covered in graffiti and totally wrecked from the inside out, but the building in this series of tour photos taken by Gizmodo's Nick Stango was home to an illegal art show put together by comedic street artist Hanksy and open only to those who were in the know about the location.

How did the folks find the place you ask? They had to locate a specific mural in front of the building which was only known to insiders, and once they'd found this secret location their eyeballs were treated to three floors of street art from Hanksy, B.D. White and many other artists in a show called Surplus Candy.


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