Red Sticker Campaign Lets The Public Curate Street Art

Red Sticker Campaign Lets The Public Curate Street Art
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Private organization MOCA-latte is hoping to create a conversation around art in Los Angeles.

Lea Geyser
  • 13 april 2011

Private organization MOCA-latte is hoping to create a conversation around art in Los Angeles with the Red Sticker Campaign. Angelenos can acquire “Approved” and “Disapproved” stickers from the website or in stores, then label public art around LA accordingly. Pictures of the street art and accompanying stickers are then submitted to the MOCA-latte online gallery, where visitors can rate them.

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