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artists: Aakash Nihalani + Know Hope
location: Brooklyn, NYC

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artist: Aakash Nihalani
location: Houston + Elizabeth, NYC

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artist: Aakash Nihalani
location: NYC

Sleeping Fox, Bristol, at See No Evil

Vardø, Norway - Walls KOMAFEST - thanks to Pøbel; 3rd image by Ian Cox
The building was formerly used to clean fish. Norway unfortunately still hunts whales. 24 hours daylight to paint.
In the winter they have 24 hours darkness, ... a very unique experience.

New York City
Thanks to Andrew. Image by Luna Park

Bears, Rochester, NY, at Wall Therapy. Thanks to Ian J. Wilson

Possum, Chicago. Thanks to Pawn Works

Driving from the east to the west of America to stop at Tucson.
By invitation of Eric Firestone of the Boneyard Project I got to paint this US Navy discarded plane that been used during the Korean war. Painting such a 'loaded' surface, gives some 'weight' during painting it. Thanks Marcy and Alex.
Also see this video by Jason Wawro.

The Painted Desert Project, Navajo Nation, Arizona.
Between the south and the north rim of the Grand Canyon we entered at night near Monument Valley at the
Painted Desert. There are no words to describe the beauty of this place, ... magical. Thank you to Chip Thomas.

Johannesburg, South Africa. See a film of Roa's time in Johannesburg.
Thanks to I ART JHB, Ricky, Monica and the team.

San Juan, Puerto Rico; Los Muros Hablan
Thanks to Alexis and my other friends.

Also check out ROA's Dominant Species short film made with MOCA TV. See more by ROA.

artist: ROA

The I Wish I Said Hello project attempts to take the incomplete Missed Connections network from Cragslist back to the public space in the form of sticker art.

For each missed connection story that looks interesting and has a clear location, we create one sticker with selected text and graphics based on the original original descriptions and following a common style. After that, the sticker is printed using shapes and colors that talk about the digital origin of the story, and pasted at the exact physical location where that missed connection happened, to somehow complete the circle of the story.

Our goal is not to be another platform for reconnection, rather than to show how social media can sometimes be useless and ironic, to translate a digital network to the real world or just to illustrate the poetics of everyday encounters (as cheesy at it may sound).

project: I Wish I Said Hello
location: NYC

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