Dan Funderburgh: Regarding Connection

Artist Dan Funderburgh’s larger than life patterned rainbow stretches across the entirety of the lobby at 2 MetroTech Center inviting viewers into a bright, cheerful, yet slightly wobbly world. This vinyl artwork explores the rainbow as a symbol of peace, hope, diversity, and connection. Funderburgh’s playful arch aims to connect viewers, drawing them into the lobby space to collectively celebrate the beautiful diversity all around us and being together as a community once again.

Curated by Brooklyn Arts Council.


Dan Funderburgh is a Brooklyn-based illustrator, artist, and wallpaper designer whose creations are rooted in the world of decorative arts. Born in Seattle, Funderburgh grew up in the Midwest and received his BFA from the University of Kansas. After moving to New York City, Funderburgh established a partnership with Brooklyn-based wallpaper studio Flavor Paper. Funderburgh’s screen-printed wallpaper designs have been exhibited at the Museum of Art & Design, and The Smithsonian, and are in the permanent collections of the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum and the Brooklyn Museum. Funderburgh has been commissioned by the MTA to create permanent installations for train platforms in the Bronx and in Long Island. Learn more at danfunderburgh.com.

June 7 – November 12, 2021
2 MetroTech Center