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The latest in a string of collaborative art projects involving Showpaper distribution boxes may be the coolest yet. The DIY-centric publication, which has commissioned two lines of custom newspaper boxes from artists in the past, recently unveiled its Brooklyn Shelf Life series at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. One piece was created by graffiti writer […]

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After only a few days, the newspaper box done up by Adam COST for Showpaper was hijacked off of Second Avenue and within a relatively short time placed on eBay where the final bid for it reached $4,200. However, the money was never collected. Andrew H. Shirley, the curator for the project, says he was […]

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EV Grieve reports that COST’s customized newspaper box has gone missing after only a few days on the street. Out of all the boxes, the graffiti legend’s was sure to go first. But who took it? Considering the weak ass cable lock that Showpaper used to “secure” it, I assume the when is more important […]

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Showpaper is a bi-weekly magazine that’s distributed at stores and in newspaper boxes around the city. Hoping to make their publication stand out amongst the other freebies, they enlisted two dozen artist to customize 12 of their newspaper boxes which will be placed on the streets for you to steal admire as part of their […]

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