Studio 2.8 Documenting The 2020 Corona Virus Pandemic, Alice In Wonderland Themed Artwork Outside Seattle's Closed and Boarded Up The Rabbit Hole Bar
This Studio 2.8 photography 2020 corona virus pandemic documentary photograph, created outside the Rabbit Hole bar in Seattle was produced in downtown Seattle, WA during the month of May 2020 in the midst of the global coronavirus pandemic panic and crisis. This tall format Studio 2.8 photography photograph accompanies a gallery of related wide format photographs that also document the outside of the Rabbit Hole bar in Seattle. The plywood covering the Rabbit Hole bar storefront windows is been painted over with Alice In Wonderland themed artwork, fitting the theme of nightclub, helping prevent the closed and boarded up establishment from looking like an eyesore.
In this Studio 2.8 2020 virus pandemic documentary photograph of the artwork on the plywood that covers the boarded up windows at the Rabbit Hole bar, in Seattle's Belltown neighborhood, the character Alice from the classic book Alice in Wonderland asks the character the Cheshire Cat, "Where should I go", to which the Cheshire Cat replies, "That depends on where you want to end up". Located at 2222 Second Avenue in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle, it isn't apparent if and/or when businesses such as the Rabbit Hole will re-open or might return to their previous manner of doing business.
The Studio 2.8 photography production and licensing service is documenting the 2020 COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic in detail with both photographs and video (in production).