Pullman artist JB Daniel installs street art tribute to labor movement

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Artist JB Daniel's "Laborpaste" public art installation features labor leaders throughout the decades taken out of their context — and pasted across the neighborhood. (Mark Konkol / DNAinfo)

PULLMAN — I pulled into the alley and spotted what appeared to be a stranger wearing a porter’s uniform, carrying a suitcase and giving me the side-eye.

But it wasn’t a man at all — just a life-size, black and white photograph of a Pullman porter stuck to my neighbor’s garage door, the latest street art effort of resident artist JB Daniel, called “Laborpaste.”

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The Pullman porter is one of a handful of photo cutouts of workers, labor leaders and one iconic dog that Daniel has already blended into the Pullman National Monument’s patina streetscape.

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