bridge-art-5Connecting Greenpoint and Long Island City across polluted Newtown Creek, the Pulaski Bridge is the site of a new public art installation. This afternoon, the Department of Transportation will officially unveil the work, a series of stenciled silhouettes and a lookout bench, built with reclaimed wood, by Joel Voisard.

The Queens-based artist painted the Pulaski’s pathway with the lower halves of walkers, cyclists and others who use the bridge, even a spray can-carrying vandal. If you don’t make the official opening for the “Bridge that Binds,” you can still see the outdoor exhibition, day or night, for however long it lasts.

Photos by Will Sherman/ANIMALnewyork.com