In preparation for the it-can’t-come-too-soon makeover of the pedestrian tunnel between Main Street and Parker Harding Plaza, the mural created by local children in honor of Westport’s 1st “First Night” celebration in 1995 will be removed on Monday.
David Waldman will find a place for it in his Bedford Square project. But until then, it needs a home.
There are 6 panels. Each measures 4′ x 6′.
If you can store it — perhaps even display it — for the next year or two, contact “Tunnel Vision” designer Miggs Burroughs: firstname.lastname@example.org. First come, first served.
Let’s see — the mural is nearly 20 years old. The kids who created it are now in their 30s. I’m sure at least one of them owns a house big enough to provide a temporary home.
Just think of it as a McMansion version of refrigerator art.