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February 23, 2003 | Patrick Pacheco, Special to The Times
In the early '80s, Stuart Ross, then an aspiring writer-director living in an East Village storefront, emerged from the Astor Place subway stop and was greeted by a young artist passing out buttons. Outlined in white against a black background was a baby surrounded by radiant lines, similar in style to the graffiti then omnipresent on the messy, pulsating streets.
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February 23, 2003 | Patrick Pacheco, Special to The Times
In the early '80s, Stuart Ross, then an aspiring writer-director living in an East Village storefront, emerged from the Astor Place subway stop and was greeted by a young artist passing out buttons. Outlined in white against a black background was a baby surrounded by radiant lines, similar in style to the graffiti then omnipresent on the messy, pulsating streets.
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