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Saturday, November 28, 2009

Imagine, art instead of billboard ads!

Pablo Picasso's Guernica as billboard
Daniel Borins and Jennifer Marman, In Sit You, 2007. Image: torontoist.com


Great campaign from The Department of Culture and beautifulcity.
source: view on Canadian art

10 comments:

Gabbi said...

It would be lovely.

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i totally forgot you're in fla bc you got such great LA flavah going on. thanks for being so sweet. i'll post about the show!

Rackk and Ruin said...

i'd like that kind of world. . .

drollgirl said...

OKAY! i'm all for it! as long is it isn't anything from damian hirst or jeff koons. jesus. I AM SO SICK OF THEM. and i am a hater today.

Clorivak said...

It would be incredible...there is another project in Canada where people replace can labels etc with art, so you buy the product and you get a piece of art as well..its really cool. I forget what the project is called. There is a doc about it too...i think some guy in ny that defaces billboards and replaces with art and messages. I want to see it soo bad, do you know the name by chance?

I hope your Thanksgiving weekend was fun super funs. xooxoxoxoxoox

collapsaform said...

I think their'd be some sort of positive psychological effect on the people of such a city. Miami could use this.

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