Seven Origami Animals Transform New York City’s Garment District into a Vibrant Menagerie

All images by Alexandre Ayer/Diversity PicturesShared with permission by the Garment District Alliance

Thanks to Gerardo Gomez-Martinez (aka Hacer), the public plazas on Broadway in New York City’s Garment District are now a zoo of origami-style animals. As part of his Mexican-American art project, the Mexican-American artist created a series steel sculptures that loom above dining areas and walkways. Transformations. Commissioned by The Garment District Alliance, the project consists of seven creatures that vary in size, including a yellow dog, a magenta elephant,  a green bear cub, and two turquoise rabbits and coyotes, one of which extends 14 feet from nose to tail.

If you’re in Manhattan, stop by the plazas between 36th and 39th streets before November 23 to see the bold animals in person. (thnx, Laura!)

 

 

 

 

 

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