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Public art project Diesel Wall is finally being painted in Chelsea. "It's a bit kooky-looking but the winning work's a really fun, cool graphic painting by an artist named Jonathan Sandridge of an abstract cheeseburger (no kidding) that he called 'The Good Life.' Very DIESEL. If you're driving down Seventh Avenue you can see it being painted from your cab this week (it's at 220 W. 19th St.)." [Word Up!; Previously]