Cheeky TSA Project Tests Airport Screeners' Patience

By: Pearl - Published: Oct 4, 2008 • References: evan-roth & blog.makezine
Artist Evan Roth is currently working on his TSA communication project which involves metal plates for carry-on luggage at airports. The metal plates have messages, and sometimes humorous ones like "Nothing Here to See" for airport X-ray screeners with a sense of humor. Otherwise, expect some delays while your luggage is searched thoroughly by hand!

The first two plates are finished, but the artist is trying to get access to X-ray machines to get actual pictures. His project will slowly unfold on his website. Stats for Frequent-Flier Humor Trending: Older & Chilly
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