New York-based artist George Ferrandi has put our tolerance for strangers to the test in her quirky and fun photo project “It Felt Like I Knew You.” The premise of Ferrandi’s project is simple – she pretends to fall asleep on a total stranger on the NY subway system, and her associate Angela Gilland captured their reactions on her phone. Some commuters let Ferrandi snooze, while others either woke her or moved their seats.
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British artists Andy Moss and Jamie Wardley, representing the Sand In Your Eye sand and ice sculpture gallery, created an unforgettable and thought-provoking work, entitled The Fallen 9000, to commemorate International Peace Day (Sept. 21st). Together with a group of volunteers, the artists covered the D-Day landing beach in Arromanche, France with the silhouettes of 9000 fallen soldiers.
One hundred completely useless or just vandalized booths in São Paulo, Brazil, were given to 100 talented artists who had free reign to turn them into anything they like. The result is spectacular! Photographers Mariane Borgomani and Wally Gobetz captured some of the beautifully redesigned booths and posted them online. These creative phone booths are part of an ongoing public art project “Call Parade” which is sponsored by Brazilian telecommunications company Vivo.