“Bad” Mural in Brooklyn


I was wondering when they were gonna do this.

The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership negotiated an agreement to create a mural of the late King of Pop at the entrance of the Hoyt-Schermerhorn train station.

The location holds special significance because the Hoyt-Schemerhorn station is where director Martin Scorsese directed Jackson in the iconic 1987 music video “Bad.”

Just another reason to take a band trip to nyc.

via nbcnewyork



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2 Responses to ““Bad” Mural in Brooklyn”

  1. Trina Mitchell Says:

    still grieving…

  2. Mark Chard Says:

    I wonder who they will get to paint it

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