Steve Lambert

is working on the opioid crisis in Seattle.

The “invisible house” in Milwaukee

On Milwaukee magazine wrote a story about my Invisible piece installed in Brad Lichtenstein’s house. It’s become something of a landmark.

When they first installed the sign, people often stopped their cars for a photo or rang the doorbell to find out more about it. “People are usually receptive,” says Lichtenstein,” but sometimes I get, ‘Oh, that’s interesting,’ which is Midwest for, ‘I’m done talking to you about this.'”

Read the whole story: “Shorewood shines with the world’s only ‘invisible house'”. There’s some other great quotes, for example:

It’s a public service – maybe sometimes an annoyance – but mostly a public service.

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