Memorializing Traffic Deaths With an Artist’s Touch


Published August 4, 2014
By New York Times

On Sunday morning several people gathered at the corner of 53rd Street and Ninth Avenue in Manhattan, spread a paper stencil over the sidewalk and then used cans of white and red spray paint to cover it. A moment later the result was visible: a 6-foot-by-3-foot image, resembling a detailed woodcut, that featured a pair of wings surrounded by roses.

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