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  • Artist uses pallets to secretly make Lexington benches

    Dave Cooper, who refers to himself as the Kentucky pallet artist, creates a bench from a single pallet and a few extra pieces of wood. Cooper has anonymously built benches for Lexington parks and other locations. Benches he previously placed at Lextran bus stops were removed over a permitting issue.

Dave Cooper, who refers to himself as the Kentucky pallet artist, creates a bench from a single pallet and a few extra pieces of wood. Cooper has anonymously built benches for Lexington parks and other locations. Benches he previously placed at Lextran bus stops were removed over a permitting issue. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com
Dave Cooper, who refers to himself as the Kentucky pallet artist, creates a bench from a single pallet and a few extra pieces of wood. Cooper has anonymously built benches for Lexington parks and other locations. Benches he previously placed at Lextran bus stops were removed over a permitting issue. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com

Maker of bus-stop pallet benches is undaunted by their removal

June 03, 2016 2:45 PM