At Cooper Square, the intersection of E. 8th Street & Lafayette near the Cooper Hewitt, a sculpture usually sits called Alamo by Tony Rosenthal. It’s been there since 1967 until recently, when it’s been missing from its rotating perch. Road work in the area is ongoing and the sculpture referred to as “the cube”, has been removed. But it made a triumphant, if temporary, return as THIS guy who stood in its stead for the better part of an evening. THIS is how you do Halloween in NYC. With insider references and perfect execution.
(via NY Curbed)