From Interactive Journalism:
Queens-based sculptor Sergio Furnari is constructing two life-sized sculptures of a 1932 photo showing 11 ironworkers taking a lunch break while building Rockefeller Center. Furnari and his team of workers are about a third of the way through the project. When the sculptures are complete, they will be displayed in a restaurant in Chicago with a 1930s motif.
These are the second and third sculptures Furnari has made of the photograph. He finished the first in 2001 shortly after 9/11. For five months in 2002, the original sculpture stood near the viewing platform by the World Trade Center site. In a week or so, the sculptures will look like the original, which now sits on top of the truck Furnari drives around Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens while picking up materials.