I don't know about you, but I ADORE THIS. It's just such a fun idea. The Whitney has put on this life-size 3D installation of Edward Hopper's "Nighthawks" painting in New York as part of their Hopper exhibition that's going on at the museum right now. I went and saw the exhibition (which was great). Why was it especially so great, you ask? Well, because it was pay-what-you-can Friday and the whole evening cost me about $1. So that was great, but also - I stumbled into a room with a guide talking about a lot of Hopper pieces and became excited, since I actually really like his stuff ("New York Movie" is definitely the standout best one in my head), so it was great to hear all about these pieces I'd actually want to hear about. After all that I then headed down to 23rd Street to see the life-sized version, which is too cool for words. Such a neat idea. If you're anywhere near 23rd & Madison, definitely go take a look. It's up until the beginning of October.