Gallery: Candy Chang-Style “Before I Die” Chalkboard Pops Up In D.C.

Credit: WNEW's Kevin Rincon
Before I Die
WASHINGTON, Tuesday, May 8, 2012 (CBSDC) - People are flocking to a local piece of art on a street in D.C. to contribute to it with chalk, what they would like to do before they die. The public chalkboard is based off of a project started by nationally recognized artist, Candy Chang.
Credit: WNEW's Kevin Rincon
Credit: WNEW's Kevin Rincon
Before I Die
WASHINGTON, Tuesday, May 8, 2012 (CBSDC) - People are flocking to a local piece of art on a street in D.C. to contribute to it with chalk, what they would like to do before they die. The public chalkboard is based off of a project started by nationally recognized artist, Candy Chang.
Credit: WNEW's Kevin Rincon
Credit: WNEW's Kevin Rincon
Before I Die
WASHINGTON, Tuesday, May 8, 2012 (CBSDC) - People are flocking to a local piece of art on a street in D.C. to contribute to it with chalk, what they would like to do before they die. The public chalkboard is based off of a project started by nationally recognized artist, Candy Chang.
Credit: WNEW's Kevin Rincon
Credit: WNEW's Kevin Rincon
Before I Die
WASHINGTON, Tuesday, May 8, 2012 (CBSDC) - People are flocking to a local piece of art on a street in D.C. to contribute to it with chalk, what they would like to do before they die. The public chalkboard is based off of a project started by nationally recognized artist, Candy Chang.
Credit: WNEW's Kevin Rincon
Credit: WNEW's Kevin Rincon
Before I Die
WASHINGTON, Tuesday, May 8, 2012 (CBSDC) - People are flocking to a local piece of art on a street in D.C. to contribute to it with chalk, what they would like to do before they die. The public chalkboard is based off of a project started by nationally recognized artist, Candy Chang.
Credit: WNEW's Kevin Rincon
Credit: WNEW's Kevin Rincon
Before I Die
WASHINGTON, Tuesday, May 8, 2012 (CBSDC) - People are flocking to a local piece of art on a street in D.C. to contribute to it with chalk, what they would like to do before they die. The public chalkboard is based off of a project started by nationally recognized artist, Candy Chang.
Credit: WNEW's Kevin Rincon
Credit: WNEW's Kevin Rincon
Before I Die
WASHINGTON, Tuesday, May 8, 2012 (CBSDC) - People are flocking to a local piece of art on a street in D.C. to contribute to it with chalk, what they would like to do before they die. The public chalkboard is based off of a project started by nationally recognized artist, Candy Chang.
Credit: WNEW's Kevin Rincon
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