At 11am today, the Wooster on Spring project will open to the public. We've already taken a look at the outside of the building, and the interior before the painting began. Today we'd like to share some of our favorite pieces from the 30,000 square feet of interior space. What we've included below is just a small sampling of the art available inside-- to get the full effect, there is no substitute for visiting in person. The building can be found at the corner of Elizabeth and Spring, and it will be open until 5pm each day through Sunday.

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Shepard Fairey

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WK

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Suicide Bombers

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Cycle

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Dface

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Faile

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Dface

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Darkcloud

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GoreB

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Pink

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Judith Supine and Friends

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Bo and Microbo

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Lister

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Haculla

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Momo/JR

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Swoon

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Doze

These are just a small selection from the hundreds of pieces of art on display-- some big, some small. And of course, many others, including the Soundlab music installation, can only be experienced in person. If you're unable to make the show, however, check out Streetsy.com-- we'll post the rest of our pictures from inside and outside the building there over the next couple of days.

Update: we put up some more pictures in part 2 of this post.