Artist Inserts Himself in Real Estate Ads

Phil Jones was so inspired by the bus stop ads, he replaced the realtors' images with his own.
3:00 | 12/18/13

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Creative artists who was inspired by real estate artists -- -- willing to put their faces on bus stop benches. Without knowing what people might -- -- -- check out Phil Jones pay homage to the brave men and women of the real estate world fight to maintain their look. And replicating their images -- his own local bus stop. No word of any mustaches. And devil horns appeared over his -- on going with -- I just given a few days. It will be there -- -- -- not because these pictures really are fantastic but you know people do we've seen it -- especially your New York City maybe it's just. In the Big Apple has it was one of supermodels and in a subway and the way that they made her luck and then of course I left the press but it was very you know sometimes I don't worry my children by signs that because of what they do excuse some obvious signs nearby apartments like children according -- -- It didn't really looking walking -- but -- the -- of those stay intact and yet -- what --

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