The team at Swift Kick works out of a space called LMHQ in the Financial District of Manhattan. The best feature of this space, in my opinion, are the dry erase board walls. Seriously, most of the walls are dry erase paint and it’s AWESOME. In the front of the space, they have a permanent mural right on the dry erase wall of the buildings of our surrounding neighborhood.

Today, there is an artist at the space who is using the dry erase markers to create the spooky scene I described above. It’s the kind of impressive display that makes you stop and just stare. It was hard to focus at our daily meeting because the intricate lines all over the walls are mesmerizing. We even got a chance to tell the artist how great it looks so far because he caught us staring wide-eyed.

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September 29, 2015