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What's Happening in:  Queen Village 

Kid Hazo installing signs in Queen Village thanks to community grant program

The Community Grant Program through Queen Village Neighbors Association is bringing more positive street art to the area.

Kid Hazo’s art installations, featuring street signs with messages like, “Don’t act like garbage, throw out your trash,” are being put up throughout the neighborhood. Continue Reading →

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What's Happening in:  Passyunk Square 

“Popehibited Items” art installation outside of P.O.P.E. on East Passyunk Avenue

If you were out in South Philly this weekend, you might have spotted this art installation mocking the list of prohibited items for the papal visit events.

Street artist Kid Hazo, who you might recognize from the Queen of Jeans art installation, is back on East Passyunk Avenue again, but this time with a “Pobehibited Items” list outside of P.O.P.E.

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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

Queen of Jeans art installation put up on fencing surrounding former King of Jeans building

Now that the King of Jeans building has been demolished and the sign has found a home at Provenance Salvage in Northern Liberties, street artist Kid Hazo and South Fellini art studio have collaborated on an art installation which parodies the original sign.

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Photo of the sign by Conrad Benner of the Streets Dept

Instead of the King of Jeans, they have created the Queen of Jeans—allowing a woman to take reign over East Passyunk Avenue.

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