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Thursday, February 23, 2012

A Public Library Made From a Phone Booth

While it's not anti ad work, it does take advantage of my favorite NYC venue.
LOS ANGELES — His name is almost too perfect for an artist-architect engaging with urban space. John Locke, not to be confused with the late Father of Liberalism, has been marrying two soon-to-be archaic devices in a charming way. Traveling around Manhattan, he’s been carrying objects called books and placing them in spaces known as phone booths. It’s a charming result. More [HERE]

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