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Don’t Die.

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New York City based artist Joe Hayes recently released a visual tribute to 9/11 titled “Don’t Die”. It is a heartfelt short that brings us all back to the day when the towers took their fall. Hayes’ website goes live tonight at 9:11 p.m tonight. Click →here← when that time comes.

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  • Joe© | Untitled. October 22, 2013 - 9:30 pm Reply

    […] Quiet Lunch stopped by Joe©‘s Untitled at Rogue Space in Chelsea. The uptown artist has been making quite a name for himself over the past few years, displaying public artwork through Manhattan and working with up and coming designers like Brian Wood. The Bronx native also turned a few head with last year’s Don’t Die. […]

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