WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.

National Flags Made from Food

German design collective Urbanscreen projects images onto the sails of the Sydney Opera House at the opening night of the Vivid Festival in Sydney. Vivid Sydney, a festival of light, music and ideas, will run until June 11.
Photos via (Daniel Munoz/Reuters, JAM Project, Sydney Opera House Facebook)
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German design collective Urbanscreen projects images onto the sails of the Sydney Opera House at the opening night of the Vivid Festival in Sydney. Vivid Sydney, a festival of light, music and ideas, will run until June 11.
Photos via (Daniel Munoz/Reuters, JAM Project, Sydney Opera House Facebook)
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German design collective Urbanscreen projects images onto the sails of the Sydney Opera House at the opening night of the Vivid Festival in Sydney. Vivid Sydney, a festival of light, music and ideas, will run until June 11.
Photos via (Daniel Munoz/Reuters, JAM Project, Sydney Opera House Facebook)
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German design collective Urbanscreen projects images onto the sails of the Sydney Opera House at the opening night of the Vivid Festival in Sydney. Vivid Sydney, a festival of light, music and ideas, will run until June 11.
Photos via (Daniel Munoz/Reuters, JAM Project, Sydney Opera House Facebook)
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German design collective Urbanscreen projects images onto the sails of the Sydney Opera House at the opening night of the Vivid Festival in Sydney. Vivid Sydney, a festival of light, music and ideas, will run until June 11.

Photos via (Daniel Munoz/Reuters, JAM Project, Sydney Opera House Facebook)

Deconstructing Ways by Isidro Blasco (it will be at Mullins Street and Market Row until January 31, 2012.). Photos via [JAM Project]
Art & About Sydney is the city’s annual public arts festival that’s basically like one   big, open-air art gallery. Projects by Australian and international   artists are creatively re-imagining the streets, turning the city into a   giant canvas.
This year’s artists include Rebar (San Francisco), Brook Andrew   (Sydney-Melbourne), Barry McGee (San Francisco), Magda Sayeg (Austin),   curated by Amanda Sharrad and Justine Topfer, with individual projects   by Isidro Blasco (New York), Heidi Axelson, Hugo Moline and Adriano   Pupilli (Sydney) and Sarah Langdon and Emma Pike (Sydney).
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Deconstructing Ways by Isidro Blasco (it will be at Mullins Street and Market Row until January 31, 2012.). Photos via [JAM Project]
Art & About Sydney is the city’s annual public arts festival that’s basically like one   big, open-air art gallery. Projects by Australian and international   artists are creatively re-imagining the streets, turning the city into a   giant canvas.
This year’s artists include Rebar (San Francisco), Brook Andrew   (Sydney-Melbourne), Barry McGee (San Francisco), Magda Sayeg (Austin),   curated by Amanda Sharrad and Justine Topfer, with individual projects   by Isidro Blasco (New York), Heidi Axelson, Hugo Moline and Adriano   Pupilli (Sydney) and Sarah Langdon and Emma Pike (Sydney).
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Deconstructing Ways by Isidro Blasco (it will be at Mullins Street and Market Row until January 31, 2012.). Photos via [JAM Project]
Art & About Sydney is the city’s annual public arts festival that’s basically like one   big, open-air art gallery. Projects by Australian and international   artists are creatively re-imagining the streets, turning the city into a   giant canvas.
This year’s artists include Rebar (San Francisco), Brook Andrew   (Sydney-Melbourne), Barry McGee (San Francisco), Magda Sayeg (Austin),   curated by Amanda Sharrad and Justine Topfer, with individual projects   by Isidro Blasco (New York), Heidi Axelson, Hugo Moline and Adriano   Pupilli (Sydney) and Sarah Langdon and Emma Pike (Sydney).
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Deconstructing Ways by Isidro Blasco (it will be at Mullins Street and Market Row until January 31, 2012.). Photos via [JAM Project]

Art & About Sydney is the city’s annual public arts festival that’s basically like one big, open-air art gallery. Projects by Australian and international artists are creatively re-imagining the streets, turning the city into a giant canvas.

This year’s artists include Rebar (San Francisco), Brook Andrew (Sydney-Melbourne), Barry McGee (San Francisco), Magda Sayeg (Austin), curated by Amanda Sharrad and Justine Topfer, with individual projects by Isidro Blasco (New York), Heidi Axelson, Hugo Moline and Adriano Pupilli (Sydney) and Sarah Langdon and Emma Pike (Sydney).