Wooster Collective has a great story today about Thundercut, the pair responsible for altering NYC’s traffic signals with their infamous, precisely cut street “walkers.” In addition to beautifying the city’s pedestrian signals, they’ve also decided to open up a Strawberry Shortcake stand on Coney Island’s boardwalk. How freaking random is that? That alone deserves some sort of creative something or other award.
Being the good artists they are, they also started a blog that has pictures of even more artists creating a much needed clusterfuck of cake and art for the struggling-to-revive Coney Island movement.
Thundercut Hits The Kitchen… and Coney Island Wooster Collective



Wooster Collective has a great story today about Thundercut, the pair responsible for altering NYC’s traffic signals with their infamous, precisely cut street “walkers.” In addition to beautifying the city’s pedestrian signals, they’ve also decided to open up a Strawberry Shortcake stand on Coney Island’s boardwalk. How freaking random is that? That alone deserves some sort of creative something or other award.
Being the good artists they are, they also started a blog that has pictures of even more artists creating a much needed clusterfuck of cake and art for the struggling-to-revive Coney Island movement.
Thundercut Hits The Kitchen… and Coney Island Wooster Collective