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Door Hangers Now Have Their Own Exhibit At The Cosmo

February 21, 2013 at 4:32 PM | by | ()

Here's some art with a practical application. The latest exhibit at The Cosmopolitan's P3 Studio is a series of mini-residencies under the title, Do Not Disturb, "an artistic interpretation of a closed door policy." Six artists have created new door hangers for The Cosmo. You'll be able to buy them as a set soon, but for now, the artists have super-sized versions on display on the third floor.

Theo-Mass Lexileictous, The Date Farmers, Bert Rodriguez, Alan Aldridge and, the most well known contributor, David LaChapelle, each created their variants on the Do Not Disturb/Please Enter theme. Some more successfully than others.

These artists will each have their own separate residencies over the next few weeks, see list below, so you'll have plenty of chances to see their work and pick up a set of the signs. Bespoke door hangers has been a hotel trend in recent years, and just think, you'll not have to steal any of these creations. Admit it, you know you have in the past.

●Theo-Mass Lexileictous – February 18-25
●The Date Farmers – February 28 – March 4
●Bert Rodriguez – March 7 – 11
●Alan Aldridge – March 14-18
●David LaChapelle – March 21-25

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