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(Enquirer) 54 Cincinnati buildings transformed by love letter

Posted July 11, 2015 in

"A Queen deserves more than a dozen roses. A real royal display of affection? Try more than 50 public art pieces throughout Cincinnati. Using light, vinyl and paper, ArtWorks has amplified the crowd-sourced poem at the heart of CincyInk and the Cincinnati Tattoo Project – "Seven Hills and a Queen to Name Them," written by collective Chase Public -- which was envisioned by artists Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todovora. The poem is a love letter to Cincinnati, inspired by some 1,000 people's devotion to their home. The 818-word piece, in a way, was already re-released back into the city that made it happen."

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