Tuesday, July 9, 2024

What comes around: How about a Beastie Boys Square street sign for your home?

Updated 2:03 p.m.: Ugh, that was fast — the site says the item is sold out. Given the interest, maybe the city can make more than 75.


The DOT announced today that the city is selling commemorative Beastie Boys Square street signs to mark Paul's Boutique's 35th anniversary. 

Per the EVG inbox: 
As part of the agency's monthly "sign drops," the Beastie Boys Square signs are hand-made at the NYC DOT Sign Shop, which produces over 70,000 signs each year. A limited edition of 75 signs will be sold online for $75 each and are available one per customer. All signs will be sold via the CityStore ... and proceeds will benefit the city's general fund. 
Paul's Boutique dropped on July 25, 1989.

Last September, the city (finally, after a long campaign) co-named Rivington and Ludlow, which played a starring role on the cover, Beastie Boys Square... (photo below by Stacie Joy)

1 comment:

Sarah said...

Already sold out?