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Doug MacCash, | The Times-Picayune By Doug MacCash

Beside Rone's romantic image is the most inventive of the street-art designs. Ana Hernandez and Rontherin Ratliff wove plastic window blinds into the perforations of decorative concrete sunscreens to produce a pair of upstretched, three-story, bas-relief hands. The two hands are at the edges of the first and second buildings, with a gap between. Ratliff said that he and Hernandez hope to stretch rope between the two hands, like a gigantic came of cat's cradle. If all goes well, they plan to produce a human figure from plastic scrap to hang in the web.

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