Studio 2.8 Documenting The 2020 Corona Virus Pandemic, The Rabbit Hole Bar, Closed, Boarded Up, With Artwork Painted Over The Plywood
This gallery of Studio 2.8 photography 2020 corona virus pandemic documentary photographs, created outside the Rabbit Hole bar in Seattle was produced in downtown Seattle, WA during May 2020 in the midst of the global coronavirus pandemic panic and crisis. The Studio 2.8 photography service is documenting the 2020 COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic in detail with both photographs and with video (in production). In this Studio 2.8 2020 virus pandemic documentary photograph from May 2020, the Rabbit Hole bar, in Seattle's Belltown neighborhood, was closed and its windows were covered with painted plywood. The plywood covering the Rabbit Hole storefront windows had been painted over with Alice in Wonderland artwork, fitting the theme of nightclub, which prevented the closed and boarded up establishment from looking like an eyesore. Located at 2222 Second Avenue in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle, it still isn't apparent if and/or when businesses like the Rabbit Hole will re-open or return to their previous manner of doing business.