April 26, 2013 — Sage Scott
One Thing, Three Ways: Inside Out Project in Times Square
The Inside Out Project invites New Yorkers and visitors to take “selfies” in a photo booth in Times Square, on the site of the world’s first ever photo booth nearly 100 years ago. The portraits are then pasted on a special backdrop designed by French artist JR and assembled in Times Square. The goal of the project is to allow each person to express through the portrait a message to the world.
Here is the Inside Out Project three ways. What do you think? Do you have a favorite below?
Inside Out Photo #1. Shhhhhh!!!
Inside Out Photo #2. Portraits printed as 3’x4′ posters are quickly filling in the space at Duffy Square in Times Square.
Inside Out Photo #3. Say cheese!!!
- Inside Out: The People’s Art Project
- Turning New York City INSIDE OUT: Volunteering at JR’s Photo Truck
- Inside Out New York City
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I like 1 and 3, Do I go for the woman, or the photographer? 😉
Very cool. I like all of them. too bad this will be over by the time we visit.
I love the second one, but the angle of the third one is really unique 😀 So it would be one of those two 🙂