Social Response To Pop-Up Sidewalk Photo Opps
People race against the clock to experience amazing urban set designs
SetintheStreet is an ongoing art project in which Justin Bettman and Gozde Eker are building elaborate sets out of unwanted materials and furniture, most of which is found on the street. After shooting the photos, the sets are left up on the street for passersby to interact with, shoot their own photos, and share them using the Instagram hashtag #setinthestreet. Not only have people been getting creative with their own photos, they’ve also piled on social media to spread the word.
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