Geocaching for Art

Geocaching for Art
Design
Christine Huang
  • 3 august 2007

Not everyone will see Andrew King’s art – and that’s the way he wants it. King, a painter from whose paintings hang in homes from Barrhaven to Belgium, is tucking three original works into weatherproof boxes and stashing them in different locations throughout the Ottawa Valley. If you find one, it’s yours. No charge. But it won’t be easy — you’ll need an Internet connection, a GPS receiver and a knack for solving puzzles.

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