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Market Theater Gum Wall, Pike Place Market, Seattle, WA
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Established in 1993, the gum wall is brick alleyway, covered with chewing gum in various blobs and art forms, on both sides of the box office alcove for the Market Theater at Seattle’s Pike Place Market. The gummy grossness has migrated across Post Alley to the brick wall by the entrance to The Alibi Room, despite market signs that say ‘No Gum This Side’.
Copyright: Bill Edwards
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Uploaded: 10/09/2012
Updated: 03/07/2014
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Tags: gum wall; pike place market; seattle; washington; graffiti; post alley; gum
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