December 02, 2015

PHOTOS: Cleveland's Smallest Art Gallery is Located Inside an Old Phone Booth

In the Waterloo Arts District, mounted in front of Russ' Auto Care, is what looks like just another graffiti-covered, abandoned phone booth. Look a little closer, though, and you'll find Cleveland's smallest art gallery, open twenty-four-seven. Here, different pieces of art are featured from local artists. Artist Ivana Medukic and freelance designer Ali Lukacsy came up with the idea, and anyone can submit a pitch to be featured in the booth here. Before becoming the Picasso of phone booth art, here are some pictures of other displays.

By Brandon Koziol

Photos courtesy of Phone Gallery, Facebook

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PHOTOS: Cleveland's Smallest Art Gallery is Located Inside an Old Phone Booth
PHOTOS: Cleveland's Smallest Art Gallery is Located Inside an Old Phone Booth
PHOTOS: Cleveland's Smallest Art Gallery is Located Inside an Old Phone Booth
PHOTOS: Cleveland's Smallest Art Gallery is Located Inside an Old Phone Booth
PHOTOS: Cleveland's Smallest Art Gallery is Located Inside an Old Phone Booth
PHOTOS: Cleveland's Smallest Art Gallery is Located Inside an Old Phone Booth
PHOTOS: Cleveland's Smallest Art Gallery is Located Inside an Old Phone Booth
PHOTOS: Cleveland's Smallest Art Gallery is Located Inside an Old Phone Booth
PHOTOS: Cleveland's Smallest Art Gallery is Located Inside an Old Phone Booth
PHOTOS: Cleveland's Smallest Art Gallery is Located Inside an Old Phone Booth