New York, NY, October 17, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Located at 151 Ludlow Street New York City, The Inutilious Retailer project is the art-meets-retail experience created by noted architectural photographer Adrian Wilson.
Featuring indoor, site-specific art work by famed street artists COST and ENX, typography by Louise Fili and architectural design by Kostow Greenwood, the 500 square foot concept space is full of ideas and possibilities. Design elements include a ghost slot machine, a bar code light, a mobile mirror and rather handy retail displays fashioned out of umbrella handles installed through the walls.
Whilst the sign in the window proclaims it "may be open" or it "could be closed," an and the "store" hours are not listed, we suggest a visit to the emporium as soon as possible so you can not only see our design work but for the truly priceless opportunity to make a unique piece of recycled, upcycled but ultimately wearable art utilizing one or more of the thousand textile stamps on offer and take another home. Free of charge.