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One hundred artists were given an opportunity to uniquely redesign 100 phone booths in São Paulo. The result is beyond all expectations. One hundred completely useless or just vandalized booths were transformed into incredible works of art.  So-called “Call Parade” is an ongoing public art project in São Paulo sponsored by Brazilian telecommunications company Vivo.

One hundred artists were given an opportunity to uniquely redesign 100 phone booths in São Paulo. The result is beyond all expectations. One hundred completely useless or just vandalized booths were transformed into incredible works of art. So-called “Call Parade” is an ongoing public art project in São Paulo sponsored by Brazilian telecommunications company Vivo.

in Sao Paulo they started a public art project involving 100 artists decorating phone booths throughout the city entitled, “Call Parade”.

in Sao Paulo they started a public art project involving 100 artists decorating phone booths throughout the city entitled, “Call Parade”.

"Call Parade" public art project turns Sao Paolo's phone booths into something people want to interact with (and just maybe won't vandalize!). [GM]

"Call Parade" public art project turns Sao Paolo's phone booths into something people want to interact with (and just maybe won't vandalize!). [GM]

Sculpture In Context 2010 At The Botanic Gardens Inspiring Public art Things that inspire public artists Gillie and Marc www.gillieandmarc.com

Sculpture In Context 2010 At The Botanic Gardens Inspiring Public art Things that inspire public artists Gillie and Marc www.gillieandmarc.com

ALEXANDRE ORION is a Brazilian street artist born in Sao Paulo city. He is an arts graduate who worked with graffiti between 1995- 2000. Since 1998, he has collaborated as an illustrator in many major Brazilian publications. He is a self taught photographer and became involved in 2001. He now works by combining the two in a conceptual and formal point of view. He likes to explore the limits of how art is represented and perceived

ALEXANDRE ORION is a Brazilian street artist born in Sao Paulo city. He is an arts graduate who worked with graffiti between 1995- 2000. Since 1998, he has collaborated as an illustrator in many major Brazilian publications. He is a self taught photographer and became involved in 2001. He now works by combining the two in a conceptual and formal point of view. He likes to explore the limits of how art is represented and perceived

Brussels, Belgium-based artist David Mesguich used polypropylene sheets or recycled plastic, to create a huge 4 x 3 x 2 meter sculpture of a woman's head. Called Luz 1.0, the futuristic-looking being symbolizes "the passage from one dimension to another, from the concrete to the mental world." Simply put, she is "trying to overcome physical boundaries."

Brussels, Belgium-based artist David Mesguich used polypropylene sheets or recycled plastic, to create a huge 4 x 3 x 2 meter sculpture of a woman's head. Called Luz 1.0, the futuristic-looking being symbolizes "the passage from one dimension to another, from the concrete to the mental world." Simply put, she is "trying to overcome physical boundaries."

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