Sunday, February 10, 2008

A unique art.

I just saw this video on Eddie Bojorquez's blog (who found it on Dane Sander's blog) and wanted to share it with you! Living art done well can truly change the way you view the world. This is one of the most unique projects I have ever seen--I absolutely love the responses of the crowd. Go ahead--take a look!



This was put together by Charlie Tood from Improv Everywhere, who comes up with ideas for "missions" like this one and organizes people to execute them. Pretty sweet-I love it!

Airika

3 comments:

Eddie Bojorquez (Studio 512) said...

: )

Bethany said...

That was awesome! I wonder how many of those people thought the rapture had come, haha.

Sarah Rhoads said...

haha chris and I just watched this the other day! its soo genious.



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