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The Bubble Project Talks Back

5/22/2008 9:28:01 AM

Tags: Outdoor Art, Graffiti, Artists, Current.tv, Stephanie Glaros

The Bubble Project has been a global viral phenomenon for some time, and now artist Ji Lee talks to Current.TV about how the project came to be. It’s interesting that the same ad agencies producing the ads that his bubbles deface now offer him freelance work to come up with similar viral ideas to promote their products. Bubble on!

(Thanks Wooster Collective.)



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