Find a tweeted image of a piece of street art secreted somewhere in Philadelphia city, go find it, take a #selfie with it and maybe get yourself a prize.
In case you aren’t already, here’s your final reminder that you really ought to be following the HAHAxPara street art scavenger hunt that is running people around the city this week for Philly Tech Week.
HAHAxPara is a community arts collaboration between the Philly-grown HAHA Magazine and Paradigm Gallery + Studio. Yesterday’s piece, as seen above, was an original from KidHazo, the street artist whose medium is directional signs that balance subtle familiarity with humorous shock. Maybe you remember the over sized parking ticket he gave a Philadelphia Parking Authority attendant?
And speaking of the arts smashing into technology, we hope Saturday’s GPS Bodies performance is on your mind.
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