To launch its new N82 model, Nokia created a campaign around what they are calling “Position Art.” The concept entails transcribing movement, as tracked by GPS, onto a satellite image. Think cornfield art, without the corn.

To promote the program, they’ve developed a minimally branded website ,, featuring their (presumably, hopefully) fictitious spokesman, Stavros, a Position Art “Genius.” Last Friday, they broadcast “the Great Event” during which Stavros walked around Rome for the whole day creating his “greatest work of art ever.” From “Stavros Bloggy”:

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