Hardware Store Turned Art Gallery

Hardware Store Turned Art Gallery
Jeff Squires
  • 9 june 2008

hardware art

Crest Hardware, a 50-year-old family operated business in Williamsburg, Brooklyn kicked off their annual in-store art show this past weekend. Inviting artists from the community to submit hardware inspired pieces of art, the show is a ‘mix of commerce and art’ that places submitted pieces throughout the store – seamlessly integrating them on the shelves with other products.

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