“A festive time was had by launderers, lotto players and art patrons alike”

-Dawn Diehl in Pitt News




The National Lint Project became in 1994 through the creation of one-load-of-lint-sized figures and has featured pop-up exhibits in working laundromats as well as a years-long artist residency in Duds ‘N Suds Laundromat in Pittsburgh. Pictured here is a pop-up installation at Butler St. Coin-Op that took place in February 2020, concurrent with Capezzuti’s gallery show at BE Galleries just down the street.