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  • Trees in Sacramento, US

    Trees For one of the performances during the museum’s workshop the performers chose to use the word trees to represent the city’s claim of having the world’s most trees of any city and it’s nickname- The City Of Trees. Produced in partnership with Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, USA.

  • United in Sacramento, US

    United United was chosen during an open call by the museum. The word is meant to signify the unity of the local people. Produced in partnership with Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, USA.

  • D in Newark, Delaware, US

    D Delaware is one of the smallest states in the US, yet one with an extremely rich history. Nearly everyone from the state knows their state’s history. The performer chose the letter „D“ to proudly represent the state.

  • F in Atlanta, Georgia, US

    In front of the World Of Coca-Cola, the museum that showcases the popular soft drink that started in Atlanta, this Venezuelan chose to hold a solitary f because, “F Coke!” The company suffered a huge loss as the Venezuelan currency became much less valuable over the recent years.

  • D in Washington, D.C, US

    The Korean War memorial symbolizes the lives lost during the war between North and South Korea that saw American forces, as well as the United Nations, fighting half way across the world. While it is universally believed that the US won, many feel they lost due to the lives lost Read more [...]

  • Ad in Washington, D.C, US

    Often when given the choice to choose any words or letters, people choose outlandish or funny things. Sometimes they simply want to hold the letter of their name and have a picture they can put on their various social media channels. So was the case for these girls, Ashley and Read more [...]

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