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Disruptive Realism | Blog | design mind
"Disruptive Realism is an expression presented in an everyday context that disrupts peoples perceptions about different things. Expression can mean many things and it a way it's art but it's also much more expansive a term than just art." ... Examples: Bruno Taylor's swing at bus stop, Banksy's yellow street stripes extending into a flower and refrigerator kite in New Orleans (among others), Charlie Taylor's Improv Everywhere (Grand Central Station freeze), fake NY Times, Reverse Graffiti, Orson Well's War of the Worlds ... "humorous element to theor ability to play and have fun...engaging with the rest of the society [by] forcing them to break their patterns of thought ... stop their typical way in which they're going through the day and think about their particular situation even if they're not changing their habits ... maybe have a better day based on the instance... break people out of the pattern thinking."
streetart  dirsuptiverealism  davehoffer  frogdesign  graffiti  glvo  disruptive  arg  improveverywhere  humor  fun  orsonwells  reversegraffiti  banksy  brunotaylor 
november 2008 by robertogreco

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