Saturday, 11 April 2015

Photos: The weird, wild world of Edward Snowden art tributes

Two monuments to Edward Snowden appeared in New York this week. The first was a giant 100-lb, four-foot high bust glued to a column in a Brooklyn park overnight. Conceived by two anonymous street artists who worked with an also unnamed West coast sculptor, the feat was documented by arts and culture blog, Animal New York. Almost as soon as the Parks Department removed the unsanctioned effigy later that day, another group of guerrilla -READ MORE-

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