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Peter Tunney's Art (and a secret room) inside a Manhattan Movie Theater

Catch a movie at the iPic Theaters at Fulton Market in South Street Seaport and you will learn a lot about Peter Tunney. When you first walk in, you see a giant piece of Peter's art inspired by two square inches of his jeans.

There's "Something Wonderful," which is filled with movie references, and "Easy Rider," which he made with spray paint after declaring himself a street artist.

Peter's art is splashed all over the theaters and he even has his own secret room. It's a private bar filled with treasures from Peter's past.

Press the bookcase and enter his world. Life's Imponderables is the book you have to press, Peter says.