<body> Public Ad Campaign: Virtual Murals for Real-Life Buildings
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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Virtual Murals for Real-Life Buildings

Big thanks to Emily Badger for writing this nicely informed explanation of what we are trying to do with the Re*public Mobil App. 
If you want to paint a public mural, you will need at least several of these things: money, connections to someone who has money, a building, or permission to use someone else’s. Oh, and lots and lots of paint. For all of these reasons, public art is a lot harder to come by in most cities than its commercial counterpart: billboards, fliers, and advertisements. More [Here]

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