Artist adds Al Green’s face to Walgreens sign

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Artist adds Al Green's face to Walgreens sign

Al Green is taking over pharmacies nationwide. 

The soul singer known for ’70s hits like “Let’s Stay Together” and “Love and Happiness” graced a Walgreens sign in Pennsylvania. The addition is the work of street artist Cassius King, who frequently decorates West Chester, Pennsylvania with vinyl adhesives and projections. 

Green thought it was hilarious. 

who did this? 😂 pic.twitter.com/TzJZdbq0Xc

— Al Green (@algreen) September 2, 2020

Other Twitter users pointed out that numerous Walgreens have already been claimed by Al Green, whether intentionally or because of some faulty lighting. 

Probably the same person who did this. 😳 pic.twitter.com/XIAzwMJlWP

— Stanley Roberts (@StanleyRoberts) September 2, 2020 Read more…

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