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Kid Hazo ran a ‘Selfie Zone’ contest. Here’s who won

Have a look at some Philly Tech Week-inspired street art.

A collection of "Selfie Zone" selfies. (Image courtesy of Kid Hazo)

During Philly Tech Week 2015 presented by Comcast our disguised friend, local street artist Kid Hazo, celebrated with some inspired artwork.
Best known for his giant parking tickets, turning PAFA’s “paint torch” into a poo emoji and other playful manipulations, Kid Hazo struck again with three #SelfieZone signs that were secretly installed in three different neighborhoods.
Hazo instructed his followers to tag @PhillyTechWeek and @kidHazo with #PTW15xKidHazo to win signed copies of the piece.
In total, nearly 40 people posted selfies, many others took snapshots and dozens more were called out for excessive selfie-ing.
But two walked away as winners:


The two winners were Adam Teterus of Indy Hall and Kate Webster of WRG.


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