Artist uses felt to recreate New York City grocery store
June 4, 2017
NEW YORK (AP) — If the hot dogs in this New York City bodega feel a little, well, soft and squishy, don't worry, it's not a health hazard. It's art.
A British artist has recreated the contents of a city bodega entirely in felt, the soft material usually favored by the school-going set. Lucy Sparrow's "8 Till Late" opened to the public in a 1,200-square-foot space at The Standard hotel on Manhattan's west side on Monday and runs through June 30.
Sparrow handmade the 9,000 items in the installation, covering practically everything you might find in the small stores that are synonymous with...