Studio 2.8 Documenting The 2020 Corona Virus Pandemic, The Devil's Triangle Strip Club, Closed And Boarded Up
This Studio 2.8 photography corona virus pandemic documentary photograph of The Devil's Triangle Gentlemen's Club strip club in downtown Seattle adjacent to the amazon.com headquarters buildings was produced in Seattle during the month of May 2020. The Studio 2.8 photography service is documenting the 2020 COVID-19 corona virus pandemic with in-depth photography and extensive video. In this Studio 2.8 photography 2020 coronavirus pandemic documentary photograph from May 2020, The Devil's Triangle strip club was closed and boarded up. The boarded up windows at the Devil's Triangle strip club were painted over with strip club themed artwork. The strip club, The Devil's Triangle, is located, curiously on Westlake Avenue in Seattle, directly across from some of the buildings that comprise the massive amazon.com headquarters campus that stretches from downtown Seattle north into South Lake Union neighborhood, to the southern edge of Seattle's Lake Union. Notably though, The Devil's Triangle Gentlemen's Club strip has existed at this location for decades, long before amazon.com was even a dream in the imagination of present day billionaire Jeff Bezos, who is raking in record cash revenues during the virus pandemic that has left many businesses struggling for their very existence.