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How Spider-man Filled Times Square With Webs on New Year’s Eve
Ah, the year we got to play Spider-man.
New Year’s Eve is a time for looking back and ahead – and what better memories can we conjure than December 31, 2013 in New York’s Times Square?
The musical “Spider-man: Turn Off the Dark” played Broadway, featuring music by U2’s Bono and The Edge, and the New York community thrilled the midnight masses by filling the air with white spider webs.
Those webs were our brilliant white, biodegradable tissue streamers launched by hand over the crowd via our Streamer Flick Sticks. The “webs” shot out from rooftops and office windows high in the sky and floated down on the New Year’s Eve partiers. AP caught this tremendous photo of the thrilling sight.
Theaters, dance troupes, TV shows, magicians and fine artists morph our tissue and metallic paper into show-stopping moments by the power of their imagination – and our commitment to make their vision come real. Wedding rose petals, shooting stars, blowing kisses, falling leaves, black-light streamers. Confetti as snow, streamers as rain, colors to create murderous spurting blood, glittering coins, and – of course – spider webs.
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