Night Kitchen - MTA Arts & Design Art Card
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“Night Kitchen” by Dan Funderburgh, 2017
Dan Funderburgh captured a dreamy kitchenware cityscape in his piece, “Night Kitchen.” The work evokes many of the cultures, flavors, patterns, and textures that were inspired by the city itself. Funderburgh highlights night bakers, line cooks and bodega chefs, who often work while the city sleeps to keep New Yorkers fed.
Funderburgh is an illustrator, artist, and wallpaper designer, while his personal work includes letterpress and screen prints, sculptures and installations that reflect historical ornamentation.
Measures 9 x 44 inches
|What's the Story||Modeled after the Poster Program, the Art Card Program was initiated in 1999 by MTA Arts & Design. The Program provides opportunities for illustrators, print, and other visual artists to create evocative artwork for display within newer subway cars. Subway riders have the opportunity to enjoy colorful imagery as a source of thought and inspiration while traveling through the system.|