Skype Goes Mobile With Personal Messages As Outdoor Art

Skype Goes Mobile With Personal Messages As Outdoor Art
technology

To celebrate the launch of their mobile application, Skype has commissioned five artists from across the globe to help transform people's personal messages into outdoor art.

Paloma M. Vazquez
  • 17 february 2010

To celebrate the launch of their mobile application, Skype has commissioned five artists from across the globe to help transform people’s personal messages into outdoor art.

Each artist has the Skype app on their mobile phone – where anyone in the world can call and have their message retold by the artist in his or her artistic format, and released into the city in which they live and work.  The artists range from a shadow artist that uses light & shadow in the outback environment of Silverton, Australia, to an avant garde artist out of Minneapolis that will use chocolate, snow, candles and other unconventional media.  The results are being filmed and shared here.

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