“Seinfeld” sitcom character George Costanza, who sometimes posed as the architect he wasn’t and used the name “Art Vandelay,” claimed he designed an addition the Guggenheim Museum in New York. The New York Attorney General’s office remembered.
“Seinfeld” sitcom character George Costanza, who sometimes posed as the architect he wasn’t and used the name “Art Vandelay,” claimed he designed an addition the Guggenheim Museum in New York. The New York Attorney General’s office remembered. Wikimedia Commons
“Seinfeld” sitcom character George Costanza, who sometimes posed as the architect he wasn’t and used the name “Art Vandelay,” claimed he designed an addition the Guggenheim Museum in New York. The New York Attorney General’s office remembered. Wikimedia Commons

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