Here’s the New Logan Hicks Mural Outside the Burger King on Suffolk Street
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After a few days of prep and paint, Logan Hicks completed his latest Lower East Side mural at the end of last week. The Suffolk Street facade of Burger King now carries the silhouette of a woman in white against patterned blue backdrop.
The Little Italy Street Art Project was instrumental in tapping Hicks for the new project, having partnered with paint pioneer Liquitex as co-sponsor.
As previously noted, the new piece is actually a creative extension of Hicks’ “Love Never Saved Anything” installation at the PMM Art Projects just up the street.
This brick box at 146 Delancey once upon a time operated as the Loew’s Delancey movie theater.