The Null Device

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An artist in New York has pasted 50,000 blank speech bubble stickers to ads and posters, waited for the public to fill them in, and then photographed the results. The results included political commentary, existential angst, ribald humour, self-promotion and personal messages.
I Steal Music, and I'm not going away! Nice ass! Date me (please!)

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