The Treehouse + The Cave

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Tuesday, March 29, 2005


Tano Chicago

Tano, out of Chicago, just sent Wooster Collective some recent flix. Apparently, he photographs the scenes behind traffic signs all over town, and then a wheatpastes prints of the images to each of the corresponding signs. The result is an illusion of transparency (not unlike the transparent screens image pool at Flickr and MacBidouille), that effectively removes the signage from the landscape. If these images are to be believed, they're very well conceived, and very well executed.

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