Newspaper Boxes As Public Art

Newspaper Boxes As Public Art

A New York City-based publication revives the common urban object while expanding their distribution network.

Naresh Kumar
  • 18 november 2010

Showpaper, the free bi-weekly music and events publication circulated in New York City, recently held an exhibition to display some of their newspaper boxes designed by 24 different artists. After the works were showcased in The Community Serviced program, the boxes were placed around the city to serve as public art and widen the magazine’s distribution network.

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