GOOGLE OPEN SPACES
BBH Asia Pacific created an interactive street art campaign for Google Chrome with Chrome Open Spaces, a web application that gave Indonesians an opportunity to create street art through the Internet.
Chrome invited all Indonesians to join the Open Spaces campaign, a special contest in search of the 9 best works of art – created and voted online – that were painted as street art on 9 physical walls in the cities of Jakarta and Bandung. The first wall design showcased the artwork of Indonesia’s top visual artist Darbotz. Open Spaces invited the street art community in schools, colleges and special interest groups throughout Indonesia to claim a wall.
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