Dupont Underground

Underneath Dupont Circle you can find thousands of plastic balls.

Photos by TheKevinJ

I finally managed my way into Dupont Underground to see its new art exhibition created from last year’s Beach project at the National Building Museum (check out my post here and here). Re-Ball!: Raise/Raze opened its doors yesterday, April 30, to the public after hundreds of volunteers built Hou De Sousa‘s winning idea. The winners described the balls “like sand in massive sandbox, something akin to a life sized Lego set, or a real-world version of the popular video game Minecraft, which allowing users to alter their surroundings with ease.”

In the middle of the floor-to-ceiling pieces, guests can create their own structures ranging from forts to thrones with 27-ball cubes made from plastic balls, velcro and hot glue.

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Although tickets are sold out through June 1, perhaps the excitement will extend onto the rest of summer so all DC natives can explore underground.


Hat: Rival Sneakers.

Jacket: Topshop.

Dress: ASTR.

Purse: J.Crew.

Sneakers: FENTY x Puma Creepers.


Re-Ball!: Raise/Raze is open through June 1 at Dupont Underground

Photos by TheKevinJ

Author: Just Souled Out

Justine is a sneakerhead, streetwear lover based in the greater Washington DC area. Follow her on

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