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Touching Mural Honoring Anthony Bourdain Appears in Lower East Side

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Touching Mural Honoring Anthony Bourdain Appears in Lower East Side

Where has the time gone? The thought of it already being a month since we lost Anthony Bourdain is surreal. Honestly, I still haven’t come to terms with it, and it seems like many around NYC people feel similarly. 

The iconic celebrity chef is still on everyone’s mind, and has been memorialized by street artist Bradley Theodore in the Lower East Side.

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The mural takes over the wall at 104 Delancey Street, and is a lovely tribute featuring hearts, roses, and the icon himself. The artist uploaded a photo of the piece to his instagram, captioning it “In a city full of villains we all need heroes.”

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“In a city full of villains we all need heroes” #anthonybourdain by #bradleytheodore #art #streetart #lowereastside #lovecolor #paint #fun @ Delancey and ludlow street.

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R.I.P. Anthony Bourdain. You are certainly missed.

featured image source: bowery boogie