Project Hello -- Denver 2010 from Matt Dunn on Vimeo. Last Saturday, Denver's creative community came together in a big, shmoopy and very productive group hug as part of Project Hello, a collaborative exhibition at the Taxi II community space. To spread the word about the unique event, local artists Scot Lefavor Sandra Fettingis set up a massive, multicolored "HELLO" sign stretching all the way across the Highland foot bridge over I-25. The undertaking involved 45 painted pieces of cardboard, roughly thirty volunteers, hours of work and countless zip ties strapping the whole shebang down.
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Didn't have the patience to watch the entire project unfold in real time? Check out designer Matt Dunn's sped-up version in the video above, first spotted on the Denver Egotist. Hello, hello.