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by Staff | Mar 22, 2013 12:50 pm

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Posted to: Arts & Culture, Visual Arts, Upper State Street

Remember those larger-than-life portraits that brought back to life the highway underpass on State Street? Organizers are readying a sequel—but first crowdsourcing the planning.

The project was called Inside/Out. Click here and here to read about it.

Ideas have been flying on SeeClickFix about where to go next with the project. Click here to read about that and add your own thoughts.

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posted by: Curious on March 22, 2013  1:25pm

Weren’t they all defaced with weeks?

posted by: BenBerkowitz on March 22, 2013  5:40pm

@Curious Nope. Some were and Chris Randall fixed them.  Only about 10% were tagged.

posted by: RCguy on March 23, 2013  12:05pm

I like the persistence of the artists.

Was the last batch of faces formally removed by the participants?  or were they erased through weather and shenanigans?

And in this case… are the above two actions really the same thing?

posted by: streever on March 23, 2013  10:12pm

They were wheatpaste, and never intended to be permanent. The idea—as I have read it here and elsewhere—was always to be a temporary installation celebrating the people who came together under that highway.

posted by: Claudia Herrera on March 24, 2013  8:23pm

10 thousand dollar of getting together celebration.

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