Harrod Blank had a seriously crazy idea: to cover his van in cameras and then drive around taking pictures - which is exactly what he did!
The beauty in this stunt is that passersby think the cameras are fake, so act perfectly normally. A bad arse photography project that is constantly on the go… and a great idea to boot.
Implications - In today's over-processed society, there is much value placed on candid imagery used in art, photography, advertising and even film. This gives an audience a much-needed break from the rehearsed, manipulated norm of the entertainment and art industries, and is a great way for a company to build trust.
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Snap Happy Driving in a Van Covered In Working Cameras
- By: CowbagJan 28, 2009 Updated: Apr 5 2011