Some German pranksters recently modified a bunch of street level advertisements in Berlin and Hamburg by adding some nose picking.
Mentalgassi is a German street art collective that covers urban objects with photographic wheatpastes. Above are photos of public recycling bins (the giant dome shaped things) and ticket validating machines covered with the group’s work.
Here’s a video that shows the group in action:
Filmmakers in Dusseldorf Germany used a camera and a projector to draw attention to the “invisible” nature of the town’s homeless population.
Here’s a cool video of a simple hack on a traffic light on a bike lane in Berlin. Using tape, a prankster transformed the light into a heart, star, and drop of water.
Two agents from Improv Everywhere in New York are traveling to Germany next week to organize a mission in the town of Erlangen for the Arena Festival. Anyone who lives in the area is invited to attend.
Date: Wednesday, June 25, 2008
Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pm
City/Town: Erlangen, Germany