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    Car Alarm Symphony

    We made 100 car alarms go off simultaneously in a shopping center parking lot in Staten Island. More

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    Instant Date

    We surprised a random couple sitting on a bench in Central Park with a fancy dinner and a private concert by a wind quintet. More

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    We filled a New York park with eight sets of identical quadruplets, creating a surreal experience for anyone who happened to be walking through the park. More

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    The Sleeper Car

    We converted a New York City subway car into a “sleeper car,” giving New Yorkers the chance to rest their heads during a late night commute. More

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    Spinning Beach Ball of Death

    A presenter at the TED conference has his talk interrupted by the Mac spinning wait cursor, commonly known as the “Spinning Beach Ball of Death.” As he stands awkwardly and waits, things get weird. More

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    Meet a Black Person

    Since Aspen, Colorado has an African American population of 0.44%, we decided to give the locals a chance to “meet a black person.” We put comedian Colton Dunn in an empty hot chocolate kiosk at the foot of the mountain to greet folks as they exited the slopes. More

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    No Pants Subway Ride 2012

    In New York, our 11th Annual No Pants Subway Ride had nearly 4,000 participants, spread out over six meeting points and ten subway lines. More

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    Best Buy (Remastered)

    80 people enter a Manhattan Best Buy wearing blue polo shirts and khaki pants. Chaos ensues. More

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    Black Tie Beach 2011

    For the Second Annual Black Tie Beach, hundreds of participants spent a day at Rockaway Beach in black tie attire. More

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    Say Something Nice

    We constructed a custom wooden lectern with a megaphone holster and an attached sign that read, “Say Something Nice.” The lectern was placed in public spaces around New York and then left alone. More

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