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All 2015 in Florida

  • WL in Tampa, Florida, USA

    The performers chose to hold the ‘W-L’ letters to represent the win, loss record which is kept for every sports team. Shot at the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ stadium, the fans of the team hope to see them rise in the ranks this year, hopefully entering the playoffs for the Read more [...]

  • Like in Orlando, Florida, USA

    On the shores of Village Lake, this Columbian family holds the word ‘like’ to represent America’s craze for social media. The performance was done in Downtown Disney at Walt Disney World Resort and, of course, saw numerous people photographing and posting the image to social media hoping to get ‘likes’.

  • Climate in Miami, Florida, USA

    Performed in Miami Beach’s Art Deco District, on Ocean Drive, climate was chosen by the performers as a comment on global warming and its effect on Southern Florida. The location, in front of where the chainsaw scene of the film Scarface was filmed in 1983, was once called ‘Sun Ray Read more [...]

  • C in Miami, Florida, USA

    This man, who has been homeless for nearly 10 years, lives on the streets of Miami. He noticed another performance and wanted to be a part of it but it was already finished. So, another solo performance was done. His name? “People call me Cat,” he said. Hence the C.

  • Alms in Orlando, Florida, USA

    The Holy Land Experience is Christian themed amusement park in Orlando, near to other theme parks such as Disney World and Universal Studios. The park has the architecture and themes of Jerusalem in 1st century Judea including the world’s largest indoor model of Jerusalem and replicas of many other places Read more [...]

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