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A gift to commuters: milkcrate Tetris

Wooster Collective is a site "dedicated to showcasing and celebrating ephemeral art placed on streets in cities around the world." So it is under that banner that they bring us photographs of an ephemeral Tetris installation on the side of a highway in Melbourne (that's in Australia, in the world) made using multi-colored milkcrates. As the morning commuters stare vacantly at the traffic in front of them, they can glance over and, for a brief moment, dream of staring vacantly at a Tetris screen.

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[Via Waxy]

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