Get Your Face Plastered in NYC's Times Square

French artist JR hits Times Square to add faces to The Inside Out Project.
3:00 | 04/25/13

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What I've learned. About people basically is that when you keep such a tool -- -- at least a community being fed into Iraq and some people. -- and the photo it's pretty easy fixes that have been. Doing what she would do for those that's what creates contraction vineyard you like cape canal and -- ladders and you know I -- -- -- dump water from -- in the -- women. We create interactions between people that we cannot drill through all the such immediacy. My enemies JR. And he -- it inside -- project that have been stunning two years ago. So here -- in -- -- Red Hook. And basically we have a foot of who struck where you can get in and take to portrait sitting components are going -- -- big allotment of the photo. And -- free and it's nothing in any event on mechanization. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- So this has led to move we deeds of phone and trying to -- the Five -- -- also. The -- -- -- I've been the most devastating. I think it's an amazing project and I'm just happy to be able to bring some of -- -- and a mechanism of the game differences of pain and be apart. Dad's team of most of actor Terry -- sent me and says -- its clients of -- on this project to reflect on what's going on in -- agreement. I -- what happened -- -- -- -- extraordinary there exists in so many people coming in from all over the city China -- and there is on many people within the community helping -- out. It's been different types of people together and different didn't present -- -- again there isn't put together -- on -- represents. In other cases cannot -- Dan Perry. It's. -- solidarity. They can take their photos that can pasted themselves and they can involved -- community. And since then they've been 150000. People have been -- to -- to the politics in more than 101000 cities and hundreds country so. It's just -- lack of movement -- around the world then you're just making sure that it's going to places where people might -- have divided thank. -- was in Fukushima a couple of months ago. It was funny thing is that -- of the spaces. Most of the people decide -- to John in the shadows on the wall. And some ideas on how that for the Christian defense good weather center it's gonna be dead within a -- underground. States away for the New Yorkers just meet there and -- New York and like pick -- portraits of way to help them and that's. -- And it.

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