Projection-Mapped PDA Puts Kissing Couples On Display In Paris – Design You Trust

Projection-Mapped PDA Puts Kissing Couples On Display In Paris

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A lot of people get a little touchy about engaging in public displays of affection, but French visual artist Julien NONNON put the intimate interactions of Parisians on display for his projection-mapped project #le_baiser. Using proprietary technology that allows him to project on any facade that strikes his fancy, NONNON broadcast the embraces of couples on buildings throughout the city.

More info: Julien NONNON (h/t: thecreatorsproject)

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