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MIT student blogger Bryan O. '07

Public Art Projects by Bryan

An art piece that captures the essence of the title of my blog.

This was today’s surprise as I walked down the Infinite.

I think the title of this art piece could be “Hitchhiking across the Infinite.” What do you think?


I really *want* that sign.

I think this project was for one of the art classes, but I’m not sure.

7 responses to “Public Art Projects”

  1. Mollie says:

    Yay, I was hoping someone would write about this. I saw it this morning, but I didn’t have my camera.

    I think it was for 4.301 — one of the cheerleaders was camping out in lobby 7 with her group, and her project at least was definitely for 4.301.

  2. Oren Hazi says:

    HAHA that’s great! They should leave it up for a while and see if people start using the lanes.

  3. Mitra says:

    I think some 4.302 students were involved as well

  4. Dave says:

    Oren, this is Massachusetts, we don’t believe in lanes here.

  5. Oren Hazi says:

    OMG IKNOW!!!

    When I got to Massachusetts last year to visit MIT, the first thing I said when my dad and I left the airport was “where the hell are the lanes?”

    Hehe… I’m from LA, so this was… well… strange… to say the least wink.

  6. Ann says:

    And I was wondering what was going on… In the afternoon as I was waiting for Cafe Four to reopen, a middle-aged man with a walking stick was saying to another guy, “A hack! It must be another hack!”