The Sun Sets on Sunshine: FAUST Writes Paean to NYC Streetscape
The five projectors at the Sunshine Cinema have gone dark as of January, and this month the 150+ year old building is scheduled to be razed for a 9 story office building. Because, you know, we need one. Graffiti writer FAUST just secured permission to say his own goodbye to the theater in a poetic way with his ornately scripted street style calligraphic hand, marking a sunset on Sunshine.
BSA is proud to debut FAUST’s own penned thoughts on this New York story of love and loss, of continuous building and destruction, of cultural touchstones that disappear seemingly overnight – usually so someone can make a buck. Herewith we present the words of FAUST for BSA readers with our thanks to him and to you.
Read more at the source: BSA – Sunshine Cinema Now Showing: Faust’s “Sunset”