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Ariel Hudes shares his thoughts on why illegal public art is OK.

Dan Gould
  • 23 december 2009

As part of a class called Radical Media at Brown University, Ariel Hudes (with the help of Jordan Seiler of the Public Ad Campaign) recently swapped out two phone booth ads with his own artwork.

Hudes shares his thoughts on why this kind of public art is OK:

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